Drinking Coffee Might Reduce Diabetes Risk Post Pregnancy

More studies are needed to confirm whether coffee can benefit Asian women who had gestational diabetes.

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.

Coffee May Inhibit Prostate Cancer Growth, Scientists Find

Kahweol acetate and cafestol found in coffee may slow down the progression of prostate cancer, say researchers in Japan.

Very Hot Drinks Are Probably Carcinogenic, Study Finds (VIDEO)

The temperature, rather than the drinks themselves, appears to be responsible for an increased risk of esophageal cancer.

7 Must-Read Stories In September 2015

From the effects of phthalates on pregnancy to capturing carbon using coffee, don't miss our top seven stories for September 2015!

Using Coffee Grounds To Capture Carbon

Scientists have developed a simple process to treat waste coffee grounds to allow them to store methane.

Did Science Really Say I Should Eat This?

Coffee, chocolate and wine are all good for me, because science says so? Think again, writes Sim Shuzhen in this month's Bug Report.

Moderate Coffee Consumption Could Be Good For Your Heart

Drinking three to five cups of coffee a day has been linked to a lower likelihood of clogged arteries, according to a meta-analysis.

Human Genes & Coffee Beans

Whether or not you like coffee is determined by just six genetic loci, according to the largest genetic study on the topic to date.

Fancy A Naturally Caffeine-Free Cuppa?

Armed with the sequence of the coffee genome, scientists could develop coffee varieties that are naturally caffeine-free.