top of page

The Latest at TRI

TRI Talks 2023 – Hair, Skin & Nails Science & Claim Methods: Starts October 25th

TRI Talks started on-line in 2020, with the aim of keeping healthy scientific discourse going through the COVID pandemic. Just like TED Talks, after which they were named, they set-out to be engaging, informative and thought provoking. Last year, 743 people from around the world registered to join the conversation. This year the TRI Talks will focus on Hair, Skin and Nail Science and Claims Methods, and will feature expert speakers from TRI. All four talks will be available to stream live and on playback. To join us, please register here for free.


Photo from Mayo Clinic Health Clinic
Photo from Mayo Clinic Health System

TRI Princeton aims to achieve excellence in applied measurement science and to use this to improve human health, wellbeing and beauty through improved product design. This years’ TRI Talks, show that we are making good progress in this regard, as our scientists will present, for the first time, in three very different product categories, hair care, skin care and nail care. The agenda for the series runs as follows:



TRI TALK #1

Protecting Hair From Heat Styling Damage: Development Of Improved Electrical Styling Appliances & Cosmetic Formulations


Paul Cornwell and Eleanor Lehman, TRI Princeton

Wednesday, October 25th, 1:00 - 2:00 pm (ET)


 


TRI TALK #2

The Fascinating Interactions Of Water & Hair // Part 2 – Moisture Adsorption Rates


Trefor Evans, TRI Princeton

Wednesday, November 8th, 1:00 – 2:00 pm (ET)


 


TRI TALK #3

Advancements In Nail Care Claims Substantiation: Unveiling The Effects Of Cosmetic Treatments On Nail Properties Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry (Dsc) And Nail Flexer


Ernesta Malinauskyte*, Katerin Mateo*, Vanessa Castro*, Laurisa London**, Natasha Parikh** and Xiaoyan Tu**

* - TRI Princeton

** - Wella Company, CA


Wednesday November 29th, 1:00 – 2:00 pm (ET)


 


TRI TALK #4

Skin Barrier Alterations Related To Specific Conditions Evaluated By Spectroscopic Measurements


Samuel Gourion-Arsiquaud, TRI Princeton

Wednesday December 6th, 1:00 – 2:00 pm (ET)

 

For more information about these talks click here and for your free registration click here.


For more information about TRI and our events click here.


To look at previous talks go to the TRI Library.


Comentarios


bottom of page