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Peter Schiebele. A talk about the chemical of Coffee. Science speaks to coffee consumers

CAMERINO - “The Quality of Coffee: a never-ending research” at the university on Thursday 30 November and Friday 1 December 2017 hosted form the many experts also Peter Schiebele. The Professor talked to us about the chemistry of coffee.

International Hub for Research to organize conference on coffee quality

The International Hub for Coffee Research and Innovation is crossing the finish line on its first year. To celebrate this ...

Higher humidity in October helped flower opening in Brazil’s coffee belt

PIRACICABA, SP, Brazil – Rains in early October were enough to stimulate flower blooming at arabica coffee crops in most p...

Can coffee help you live longer? Two studies show that it may be true

Can drinking coffee help you live longer? Two studies report that it may be true. Both studies, published in Annals of Int...

New model of climate-change effects on coffee and bee pollinators

Areas in Latin America suitable for growing coffee face predicted declines of 73-88 percent by 2050. However, diversity in...

NOAA: SST index values were close to zero in all four El Niño regions

COLLEGE PARK, MD. U.S. – During July, ENSO-neutral continued, as equatorial sea surface temperatures (SSTs) were near average across most of the Pacific Ocean, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The latest weekly Niño SST index values were close to zero in ...

Maurizio Giuli explains the evolution of the world market for roasted coffee

MILANO - In this article our intent is to answer to this complicated question: how has evolved the Trade of Roasted coffee wordlwide in the 2 decades 1994-2014. In order to better analyse the evolution of the market over this time span, we referred to a study by Maurizio Giuli

Drinking coffee reduces risk of death from all causes, study finds

LONDON, UK – People who drink around three cups of coffee a day may live longer than non-coffee drinkers, a landmark study has found. The findings come from the largest study of its kind, in which scientists analysed data from more than half a million people across 10 European countries, including the UK, to explore ...

New research finds a link between caffeine and tackling obesity

MILAN – A new study out of China suggests caffeine could play a major role in weight loss by targeting a ‘lazy’ part of an obese subject’s brain. The report by the Huazhong University of Science and Technology, released today, detailed how obese mice were less hungry and more active after being dosed with caffeine.

Free lecture to explore Kona’s coffee industry history on Big Island

KAILUA-KONA, U.S. – Kona Historical Society will present the history of Kona coffee and the pioneers who shaped it as part of its free monthly Hanohano `O Kona Lecture Series on Wednesday, June 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the West Hawai‘i Civic Center. KHS Curator Mina Elison and Assistant Program Director Gavin Miculka will share stories and ...