Study calculates winged helpers’ effects on coffee—while pioneering a better way to measure nature’s "unpaid labor"
Drinking coffee has benefits for digestion process and protective effects against gallstones, certain liver diseases
Researchers report several coffee compounds that contribute to the "mouthfeel" of the beverage
Study results suggest Ethiopia—Africa's largest coffee producing nation—may produce less specialty coffee and more bland-tasting varieties in the future
Recent study shows that areas treated with coffee pulp recovered faster and the soil was more nutrient rich after only two years
Researchers recently explored whether bird-friendly coffee is on the radar of bird-watchers: are they drinking it and, if not, why not?
Research looks at the effect of broken sleep and morning coffee across a range of different metabolic markers
Widely considered to better prepared for climate change than arabica coffee, a new study shows robusta coffee production decreases with small temperature increases
A better understanding of coffee microbial partnerships is helpful in determining best management practices and predicting coffee responses to changing conditions
The first study to examine links between coffee brewing methods and risks of heart attacks and death has concluded that filtered brew is safest