Last week, the Vineyard of the Future had three PhD candidates – with topics on beer, wine, and chocolate – narrate their journey, background, motivations, and how their findings would be applied in the real-world. And this week, we present to you our second instalment with PhD candidates exploring our choices in chocolates, drought tolerance in lentils, and non-invasive stress detection technologies in beef cattle. Thejani Gunaratne Sensory Science Development and implementation of new tools in sensory evaluation of chocolates based on human emotions, biometrics, and machine learning In narrating her journey into a PhD… I cast my mind back to about two years ago when I was overwhelmed upon receiving an email confirming that I was offered a scholarship to start a PhD at The…