Microcapsules and Stinky Gym Clothes

This press release from the Hohenstein Institute about scent evaluation of textiles, touches on using microencapsulation for fragrance and antibacterial purposes in garments: “Manufacturers of clothing worn close to the skin (e.g. sporting attire or outdoor wear, underwear or socks), work wear, personal protective clothing and home textiles, as well as shoes and shoe insoles […]

RFP on Microencapsulation of Hydrophylic Aromas

A request for proposal has been issued by an international food company seeking a partner to develop an encapsulated method of releasing scents from food and beverage packaging. From InnoCentive: “The Seeker, a multi-national food and beverage leader, is looking for partners or supplies that may be able to provide a new method of controlling […]