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Center for Coffee Research And Education among top 20 research centers making a difference

AUSTIN, TX, USA – The Texas A&M Center for Coffee Research and Education at Texas A&M University in College Station was recently recognized as...

High-pressure processing achieves 6-log pathogen reduction and 90-day safety for cold brew coffee in new study by Hiperbaric

MIAMI, USA – Hiperbaric, the global leader in High Pressure Processing (HPP) technology, published the results of a comprehensive study demonstrating the effectiveness of...

New Italian research unveils a much more complete map of Arabica coffee chromosomes

MILAN – A revolutionary discovery in the field of Arabica coffee genetics, that may pave the way for more flavoursome brews and a greater...

New research shows wide range of risks associated with energy drinks in children

MIDDLESBROUGH, North Yorkshire, UK – The most comprehensive study of its kind, published in the Public Health journal, has found that drinking energy drinks...

Coffee wakefulness effect doesn’t come only from caffeine, shows new study

MILAN – Scientists testing coffee against plain caffeine found that plain caffeine only partially reproduces the effects of drinking a cup of coffee, activating...

Global Workshop explores world’s conservation strategy for coffee genetic resources

PORTLAND OR, USA – In July 2021 workshop that included 54 participants from 16 countries across the globe focused on identifying strategies for better...

Kriss develops world’s first coffee bean certified reference material (CRM) for component analysis

DAEJEON, South Korea – Newswise — The Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS, President Dr. Ho Seong Lee) has developed the world’s...

New research analyses the effect of roasting on boron isotope ratio in coffee

LONDON, UK – Consumers need to have access to food that is safe, nutritious and is what the label says it is. Food fraud,...

Hospital coffee machines are not transmitting pathogens, show new study

LONDON, UK – Healthcare workers will be relieved to know that hospital coffee machines are not responsible for spreading disease and a general ban...

Scientist evaluate the flavour of roasted, lab grown coffee cells

WASHINGTON, D.C, USA – It may soon be time to wake up and smell the lab-grown coffee made from cultured plant cells. But it’s...

Research shows why grinding coffee with a splash of water reduces static electricity and makes espresso more intense

MILAN – The fracturing and friction of coffee beans during grinding generates electricity that causes coffee particles to clump together and stick to the...

Coffee grounds may help protect the brain from neurodegenerative diseases

EL PASO, Texas, USA – Neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s, affect millions of people in the United States, and the cost of...

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