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Panther Coffee and Fabiana Carvalho to Explore the Cutting Edge of Sensory PerceptionDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Workshops in Miami will explore how intrinsic factors affect our perception of coffee flavors. All images courtesy of Panther Coffee. The coffee industry has progressed by leaps and bounds in terms of codifying the language used to describe coffee on the cupping table. The quality of coffee —… Source link

Exploring the Wide World of Coffee Agronomy Research at OriginDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
Brazilian Researchers Break New Ground on Coffee's 'Biennial Effect'Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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Brazilian Researchers Break New Ground on Coffee’s ‘Biennial Effect’Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

This coffee plant is the cultivar ‘Catigua’ in its high production year. Catigua is one of the most commercially grown cultivars in Brazil. Photo by César Elias Botelho. Used with permission. The “biennial effect” in coffee — the idea that yields from coffee… Source link

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132 Years of Groundbreaking Coffee Research at Brazil’s IACDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

The IAC circa 1920s. Courtesy photo. One of the oldest agricultural research centers in the world, the Agronomic Institute of Campinas (IAC) has had a remarkably powerful influence over the development of coffee in Brazil and, by extension, the world. The institute can… Source link

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Shade Grown Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Bird Friendly, Researchers FindDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

In coffee, the ongoing assumption is that the term “shade-grown” connotes increased biodiversity and some amount of bird friendliness. Yet as the local environmental effects of coffee-driven deforestation and agroforestry become better understood, researchers from… Source link

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The Launch of the Coffee Science FoundationDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

While there seems to be a new academic study out every day regarding the relationship between coffee consumption and health, many other aspects of coffee — as a plant, as an agricultural sector and as an industry — remain woefully under-researched. Futher, by… Source link

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USAID’s Jennifer ‘Vern’ Long to Take Over as CEO of World Coffee ResearchDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Jennifer “Vern” Long announcing the extension of funding from USAID for Kansas State University’s Feed the Future Innovation Labs in 2018. Photo “FTF055” by K-State Research and Extension. Creative Commons attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) The board of… Source link

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New Research Suggests Moderate Coffee Consumption May Extend LifeDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

While new research suggests that coffee drinkers should cut themselves off at six cups per day to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, a separate meta analysis has suggested that more moderate coffee consumption may extend life. The research-based health news for… Source link

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A Scientific View of the Brew Coming to OaklandDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

From a recent cupping at The Crown in Berkeley. Daily Coffee News photo by Lily Kubota. Bay Area coffee professionals and home brewing obsessives have a rare opportunity this week to explore the bleeding edge of research into coffee flavor science. The Crown — which is… Source link