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Feb 10, 5pm, Conversation with Harold McGee, The Science and Mystery of Smell

Melanie Wong | Feb 10, 202110:39 AM    

"Of all the senses, smell may be the most poorly understood. What are smells and why are they so evocative? Join us for a conversation with author Harold McGee, whose most recent book, Nose Dive: A Field Guide to the World’s Smells, reveals the power of smell to expose unseen details of our world and life. He will be joined by UC Davis Professor Susan Ebeler, who studies how aroma compounds interact and contribute to complex food and beverage flavors. They will discuss the intricate relationship between the composition of aromas and how we experience what we eat. "

Free zoom webinar, register here:
https://ucdavis.zoom.us/webinar/regis...

Savor: The Science and Mystery of Smell

Of all the senses, smell may be the most poorly understood. What are smells and why are they so evocative? Join us for a conversation with author Harold...

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