People who seek novel and powerful sensations and are more prone to taking risks — and who perceive bitter tastes more intensely — are more likely to prefer bitter, pale-ale-style beers and drink them more often, according to sensory researchers, who conducted a study that involved blind taste tests and personality assessments.
(Norwegian University of Science and Technology) Droplets and bubbles are formed nearly everywhere, from boiling our morning coffee, to complex industrial processes and even volcanic eruptions. New Norwegian research improves our understanding of how these bubbles and droplets form, which could improve our ability to model climate change.
A new study suggests that people following a plant-based diet who frequently consumed less-healthful foods like sweets, refined grains and juice showed no heart health benefit compared with those who did not eat a plant-based diet.
Tesla has had a lot of success in China with its EVs and its new factory. However, Tesla Model 3 vehicles that are made in China as well as Model S and X vehicles made in the US aren’t the only thing Tesla is selling there. These Tesla beverages in China look refreshing and delightful
In Just 2 Years, Lithuania Steals The Crown For Best European Recycler By Using an Innovative Return Program
Lithuania has implemented a deposit-return scheme encouraging consumers to recycle food and drink containers—and 92% of all containers have been returned.
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Apple and Pear Cores Turned Into Chemical-Free Sweetener as an Alternative to Artificial Sweeteners and Sugar
Dutch scientists are creating a chemical-free, calorie-free sweetener made from apple and pear waste to replace sugar and artificial sweeteners.