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Developing disinfectant from coffee waste: a new research project at Jacobs University

BREMEN, Germany – It’s supposed to be more effective than previous products, more widely applicable and it will be obtaine...

Breedcafs Project: Combating climate change impact with hybrid coffee varieties

MILAN – Changing weather patterns, pests and diseases, deforestation, and rising temperatures arejust some of the environm...

Moderate coffee drinking lowers risk of high BP in non-smokers, say Brazilian study

MILAN — Brazilian researchers have found in a new study that moderate coffee intake (1–3 cups/day) reduces risk of develop...

Wcr Global Consultation 2020 identifies four priorities for agricultural R&D

MILAN – Since its inception in 2012, World Coffee Research (WCR) has been devoted to ensuring sustainable supplies of qual...

Study explain why caffeine is not the sole contributor to the bitter taste of coffee

MUNICH, Germany – Coffee is very popular around the world despite or perhaps because of its bitter taste. Compounds contai...

Coffee drinking linked to lower body fat in women, says a new study

CAMBRIDGE, UK – Women who drink two or three cups of coffee a day have been found to have lower total body and abdominal f...

US study develops way to determine signature fingerprints for chocolate

TOWSON, U.S. – A faculty member in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Towson (Maryland) has developed a way ...

Nestlé supports chair on sustainable materials to tackle plastic waste

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Nestlé announced yesterday that it would co-fund a new Chair for Sustainable Materials at the EPFL...

Here is how to make the healthiest coffee during Coronavirus lockdown

SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France – We may all be drinking more coffee to help us survive the COVID-19 lockdown: today scientists a...

Chocolate ‘fingerprints’ could confirm label claims, says new study

WASHINGTON, U.S. — Researchers are presenting a new method for determining where a particular chocolate was produced — and...