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World Coffee Research has named Tania Humphrey as Director of R&D

PORTLAND, USA – World Coffee Research is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Tania Humphrey to the position of Director of Research &...

World Coffee Research has announced closure of its Global Coffee Monitoring Program

PORTLAND, US – Effective September 1st, 2021, World Coffee Research is closing its Global Coffee Monitoring Program, a global network of on-farm trials. This...

A new catalog of Indonesian tree species helps coffee farmers find shade, timber

ARLINGTON, VA, US – Indonesian coffee farmers and professionals interested in using agroforestry to support climate resilience have a new tool at their disposal:...

Australia seeking improved coffee production through variety trials with Wcr

MILAN – One of the most recent countries to join World Coffee Research’s unprecedented international network of research trial sites to test variety performance...

World Coffee Research is seeking a freelance digital communications specialist

MILAN – World Coffee Research is seeking a collaborator to build and strengthen its digital communications, in particular itssocial media presence, in 2021 through...

Here is how Dunkin’ helps World Coffee Research create a better future for coffee farmers

MILAN – Dunkin’ has banded together with other coffee companies to help create better options for farmers, through funding research and development into new,...

Wcr   collaborates   with Promecafe and Ihcafe in new Latin American Breeding Hub

MILAN – Since 2019, World Coffee Research (WCR) has been a partner in the Maximizing Opportunities in Coffee & Cacao in the Americas (MOCCA)...

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 quality coffee that is profitable...

Study confirms all Arabica coffee diversity is derived from a single ancestral plant

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – A new study published today used modern genetics tools to trace the history of the Coffea arabica species, the most...

World Coffee Research names George Kotch as Research Director

PORTLAND, U.S. – World Coffee Research announces the appointment of George Kotch to the position of Research Director. The position is the senior scientific...

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