The impact of climate change is already dramatically reflecting our world, from the sacking of coral reefs, the impact on the food, to the melting of ice at the poles of our planet - but a new research suggests that rising temperatures also threatens our coffee inventory in almost every country.This report has summarized research from all around the world which are about the effect of climate change on coffee production - and the result does not look good.
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3D printing is almost revolutionary and it is for sure changing this world. This time we live in is a perfect time of modern day technology where the 3D printer takes a big part in. From printed food to printed shirts and now, folks, there can even printed houses. Read below to find out more.
Beer can make the good time out even better, but recently researchers from Switzerland confirmed that it can also affect us in a very healthy way. It has an effect on our personality making it cheerful, happier and makes us willing to have a good time with the people we are surrounded.
Researchers from University of Gothenburg, Sweden found that people who wish to abstain from alcohol are more likely to succeed in that if using a help from some person who also believes in total abstinence. Research shows that people who want to control their drinking are less likely to fail even if experiencing help from a carer.
In order to avoid any confusion later, Apple decided to write a warming in their user manual about what should and shouldn’t expect from their new phone if it somehow comes to some damaging.
It is sure that we, humans, are the most advanced species in this world, but there are some things in which we find ourselves hopeless and the one of them is seeing in the dark. So most of the time we are interested and ask how some creatures which are not so advanced like people are can see in the dark the same way we see in a bright day?
Every one of us has at least once in life forgotten where we have parked our car or where we left our keys or phone. This happens so often and it can really be frustrating, isn’t it? You start panicking and click the button on your keys until the alarm goes off or looking for your phone with a scare thought that you have lost it. But don’t worry, there is a solution for this problem, and you can read all about it just bellow.
There is a newly research where scientists claim that they have discovered a sixth taste which is associated with foods rich in carbohydrates. This is something new and actually quite interesting. People who did this research are researchers from Oregon State University.
Imagine that you can take a pill that has a sensor which can be swallowed, and then can carry out measurements in the body and send the data wireless to your doctor. Or better imagine a pill that will be able to feel the changes in the intestine and consequently to adjust the dose. You would like that to be true? Then the answer will surprise you, YES this is possible.
Scientists at Stanford University have developed a small, tiny device, about the size of a postage stamp, which kills 99.99 percent of germs in the water for 20 minutes. The device looks like a small rectangular plate of black glass. The plate is placed in water which is then exposed to sunlight and the whole process actually ends light.