This issue of Food Quality and Preference contains papers presented at the 5th Pangborn Sensory Science Symposium, held in Boston, MA (USA) from 20 to 24 July 2003. This fifth symposium in the Pangborn series followed the highly successful meetings that began in Helsinki, Finland in 1992, and continued in Davis, California, USA in 1995, Alesund, Norway, in 1998, and Dijon, France, in 2001. Like the prior symposia in the series, the Boston meeting was held as a lasting memorial to Rose Marie Pangborn and her outstanding achievements as a researcher, professor, and mentor of students and young sensory scientists. Her incredible energy and motivation to understand the sensory bases of human food-related behavior and her unyielding dedication to both her students and to the field of sensory science are viewed as critical historical steps in the founding of our field and in the setting of the direction of our discipline over the past 50 years. The Boston meeting was a tremendous success by any accounting and established many new precedents for the Pangborn Symposium series. The Boston meeting drew over 700 scientists from 37 countries from six continents. For the first time, the Symposium was held only
Food Quality and Preference – Elsevier
Published: Oct 1, 2004
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