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If you like black coffee and dark chocolate it’s because of your genes, says study

EVANSTON, IL, USA – People who like to drink their coffee black also prefer dark chocolate, a new Northwestern Medicine study found - and...

Researchers bring back to life 70-year-old killing fungus that causes Coffee Wilt Disease

LONDON, UK – Researchers have re-animated specimens of a fungus that causes coffee wilt to discover how the disease evolved and how its spread...

New study suggests beverage preferences hinge on psychoactive effects

CHICAGO, U.S. — Scientist Marilyn Cornelis searched for variations in our taste genes that could explain our beverage preferences, because understanding those preferences could...

Here is the scientific reason you can’t go without your morning coffee

MILAN – There’s nothing that can brighten up your morning quite like your morning coffee. Whether you drink it for the buzz, to help...

#TEE18 video number 6: studying coffee in the European Science Capital

TRIESTE, Italy — Chemistry, biology, genetics, agronomy… Coffee can be studied with a many different scientific points of view. A scientific research that serves...

A Coffee Renaissance is brewing, and it’s all thanks to research and genetics

Coffee may be precious to you, or indeed a necessity for your daily functioning, but really it’s just information. Legions of genes code for the...

High coffee consumption is in your genes, Northwestern University study says

University students drink a lot of coffee. Brock students are no exception with several busy coffee shops on campus. If you’ve tried picking up your...

Genetics might help grow perfect cup of coffee

Coffee aficionados in the United States are familiar with the intense locality behind a cup of the good stuff. “African coffees are … bright,...

Fine flavor cocoa, quality, and genetics highlighted at WCF meetings in San Salvador

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) kicked off a series of cocoa-related meetings in San Salvador today to raise Latin...

SCIENCE – New genetic variants associated with coffee drinking

BOSTON, MA — A new, large-scale study has identified six new genetic variants associated with habitual coffee drinking. The genome-wide meta-analysis, led by Harvard...

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