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  • la majorité des personnes qui opte pour un plat froid sous-estime sa valeur réelle en calories

    When eating cold food means eating more food

    Published on 09 July 2021

    International research shows that the temperature of a dish, depending on whether it is served hot or cold, can potentially change our perception of its objective calorie content.

  • Replay of the GEMNext#6 Conference: How Health Provision Decisions are Made’ By Nick Sanders

    Replay of the GEMNext#6 Conference: How Health Provision Decisions are Made

    Published on 05 July 2021

    The professors at Grenoble Ecole de Management offer you new and diverse perspectives each month through a cycle of interactive conferences accessible to all: GEM students, GEM staff, graduates, partners, businesses…A 30 minute live presentation...

  • VIP ROOM, Virtual Reality for the Operating Room

    Published on 12 December 2019

    Future doctors from European Medical Universities were immersed in real conditions thanks to VIP ROOM, the first virtual reality training tool offering a unique and efficient way to train healthcare professionals on surgical infection prevention and...

  • Easy-to-Read Food Labels Increase Intention to Purchase

    Published on 19 March 2017

    The battle for healthy food has become a worldwide concern. Public health agencies have invested energy and resources in fighting health risks such as obesity. In this battle, food labels that indicate nutritional facts have come to play a vital...

  • NeOse™: Creating an Electronic Description of WHAT YOU SMELL?

    Published on 19 August 2016

    Nearly 10% of the world population is believed to suffer from olfactory disorders. Whether it is the inability to detect odors or an altered sense of smell, olfactory disorders can lead to depression and desocialization. In response, Aryballe...

  • Recherche : nutrition des sportifs et plaisir

    Is It Fun or Exercise ? The Framing of Physical Activity Biases Subsequent Snacking

    Published on 16 June 2015

    While the benefits of exercising are widely accepted by consumers and healthcare providers, people who begin an exercise program don't necessarily lose weight. A fact that can be frustrating not only for practitioners, but their coaches and...