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Science Explains That You’re Probably Drinking Coffee at the Wrong Time

Science Explains That You’re Probably Drinking Coffee at the Wrong Time

CoffeeandBean.com May 26, 2015 0

So many of us wake up in the morning and immediately seek out coffee like the brown water addicted fools we are. ASAP Science, however, explains that that is completely the wrong way to

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Why a Latte is Less Likely to Spill than a Coffee

Why a Latte is Less Likely to Spill than a Coffee

CoffeeandBean.com March 5, 2015 0

Carrying a full cup of coffee from the kitchen to the dining room can be precarious for a sleepy-eyed caffeine addict who might accidentally send a wave of java sloshing over the rim. But

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DNA linked to how much coffee you drink

DNA linked to how much coffee you drink

CoffeeandBean.com October 7, 2014 0

How much coffee do you drink every day? One cup in the morning? Or do you gulp it all day? Scientists have long known that your DNA influences how much java you consume. Now

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Scientists use microbes to pre-digest fancy coffee

Scientists use microbes to pre-digest fancy coffee

CoffeeandBean.com October 4, 2014 0

Making civet coffee usually requires — well, a bunch of civets. But the founders of a new company called Afineur are trying to cut the critters out of the equation for their own good,

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University at Buffalo researchers hope to make ‘supercoffee’ after cracking coffee genome

University at Buffalo researchers hope to make ‘supercoffee’ after cracking coffee genome

CoffeeandBean.com September 5, 2014 0

Researchers at the University at Buffalo have cracked open the coffee bean and discovered the secrets of the plant’s genetic code. These researchers, including plant genomist Victor Albert of the University at Buffalo, hope

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