Caffeine Boosts Perovskite Solar Cell Efficiency

By adding caffeine to perovskite, researchers in China and the US have increased perovskite-based solar cell efficiency from 17 percent to over 20 percent.

Caffeine Could Help Cancer Survivors Reach Exercise Goals

Caffeine has been shown to improve exercise capacity and muscle strength in prostate cancer survivors in a small randomized trial.

Caffeine Linked To Improved Blood Flow

The caffeine in a cup of coffee might help your small blood vessels work better, according to a study presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2013.

Drinking Caffeine (In Moderation!) May Support A Healthy Liver

To all the caffeine lovers of the world, researchers at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School may have some good news for you.

Study Questions Link Between Drinking Coffee & Weight Loss

A new Australian study shows that a compound in coffee called chlorogenic acid does not prevent weight gain in obese laboratory mice.

Brain Doping: A Quiet Revolution

The use of ‘smart drugs,’ or nootropics, to enhance mental performance is becoming more widespread, writes Zaria Gorvett. But should we be prescribing them to our military... and children?

Drinking Coffee May Offer Relief To Dry Eye Sufferers, Study

According to a Japanese study, caffeine may offer relief to millions of dry eyes sufferers worldwide, in particular a subset of people with genetic variations in two genes.