Coffee-lovers take note; climate change could put an end to your daily Starbucks, a new study has found.
Well, it's that time of year again, when the most interesting scientific research - as opposed to the most important or useful - is rewarded.
Last week we reported that moderate coffee consumption may help prevent heart failure.
Using thought alone, a paralyzed woman has been able to move a robotic arm to serve herself coffee for the first time in 15 years.
Harvard researchers have determined that long-term coffee consumption may be associated with a reduced risk of endometrial cancer in women.
A new study claims that drinking coffee may help reduce the risk of developing basal cell carcinoma (BCC), the most common form of skin cancer in the United States.
A recently published study seems to indicate women who drink two to three cups of caffeinated coffee a day are 15 percent less likely to develop depression.
It sounds like the sort of idea a small child would have: if coffee makes you more energetic, why not put it in the gas tank too?
It's not quite as good as a piece of the True Cross, perhaps, but anybody in the market for a religious icon might like to consider checking out eBay.
A recent Rutgers University study supports the theory that caffeine can help protect against certain types of skin cancer on a molecular level.
What is the first thing you do in the morning? Drink a cup of coffee? Nah, you check Facebook - of course!
After a lonnngggg night of drinking, it seems like everyone has their own hangover cure. Some vow to never drink again, whereas others take a more homeopathic approach.
For years, robotics engineers have worked on creating robot hands that can grip like the real thing. But it turns out that all they needed was some ground coffee and a party balloon.
The Nesbot, a robot that serves its human masters rich rivers of fine coffee and does not whine about wanting Friday afternoons off, should be protected from Al Qaeda.
A coffee machine that recognizes your tastes and matches the brew to you? Yes, we would make love to this gadget.