Centre des Sciences du Goût et de l’Alimentation
Welcome to the Centre for Taste and Feeding Behavior (CSGA). Starting in 2010, this laboratory is one the main international research Centre in this field. We hope that this web site will offer to the scientific community, students, actors of the socio-economic world and to the public in general, information on the works done and their application to science and society.
Enzymes are counter-attacking in the nasal mucus! Episode 1. The Rabbit.
In the nose, mucus prevents the tissues from drying out... but also plays an important role in olfactory perception. CSGA researchers have shown that this mucus contains enzymes capable of transforming odorous molecules to inactivate them.
When the nose creates new odours. Episode 2. The Rat.
CSGA researchers have shown that the inactivation of odorous molecules by nasal mucus enzymes can be accompanied by the appearance of new odorous molecules... and therefore new odours! This discovery follows on from the previous news.
Dijon, 11 september 2020 at 11:30
Corinne LELOUP (équipe 5)
Rôle des réseaux astrocytaires dans la détection hypothalamique du glucose par les neurones: fueling vs. sensing.
Salle de conférences du Centre des Sciences du Goût
News dates: May 10-14, 2021 - Dijon
16th edition of the Weurman Flavour Research Symposium
This 16th edition of the Weurman Flavour Research Symposium will take place in Dijon (France), the capital of Burgundy. This conference, created in 1975 in memory of Cornelius Weurman and held every three years in different countries in Europe, is an internationally recognised Symposium gathering well-known scientists from academia and industry from different disciplines in the field of flavour research: chemistry, biology, neuro-physiology, psychology.