Symposium in Versailles on the place of the Perfumer on the 14th and 15th of October

The Per Fumum Endowment Fund is pleased to support the Symposium which will address the evolution of the profession of Perfumer since the Renaissance On Thursday 14th and Friday 15th October, the auditorium of the Château de Versailles will host a Symposium that will address the place of the Perfumer and its evolution since the […]

Perfumery training

Let Françoise Caron, Gérard Anthony, Pierre Bourdon or Jérôme Di Marino tell you about their training and their apprenticeship as perfumers It is touching to hear each of them share an anecdote about their career and training, and each of them has retained a lesson that has become essential in their approach to perfumery, and […]

Women in Perfumery

Through the testimonies of Françoise Caron from Grasse, Akiko Kamei from Japan, the inimitable Jean Amic and the first evaluator, Elizabeth Mathieu Madeleine, discover the place of women in perfumery. If for a man like Jean Amic, whose father was already in the perfume business, the filiation was almost natural, for a woman, even with […]

New study co-authored by Institut Pasteur elucidates mechanisms of COVID-19-related anosmia

Professor Lledo, head of the Perception & Memory Unit at the Institut Pasteur in Paris, reports on the discovery of the mechanisms of short and long term anosmia linked to Covid-19 Exclusively COVID-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, as we know, is primarily a respiratory disease but many patients have extra-respiratory symptoms. Among these, a […]

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