R&D

Tea drinking slashes the risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease: Singapore population-based analysis

Put the kettle on: Frequent tea consumption reduces the risk of cognitive decline. ©iStock

Tea consumption halves the risk of cognitive impairment for people 55 years old and above, and also dramatically reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease among those at greater genetic risk.

The TresClean project is part of the H2020 Industrial Leadership program. Picture: Ecor Research.

First ever antibacterial metal surfaces to be trialed in dairy

Although it will likely take decades, AB InBev wants to be the first to bring beer to Mars.

AB InBev to bring beer to Mars

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Businesses make €14 for every €1 spent on reducing food waste: Study

The enzyme NMNAT2 is significantly reduced in Alzheimer’s, Huntington’s and Parkinson’s diseases. ©iStock/XiXinXing

Caffeine may protect brain against dementia, study shows

Yakult is ready to begin carrying out tests on the consumption of probiotics in space. ©iStock

Probiotics in space testing is ready for lift off, says Yakult

Work is focussed on alcoholic drinks as a model of a complex matrix but the aim is for it to be used for all beverages. ©iStock/monticello

Fraunhofer and Döhler looking at microfluidics for beverage safety

Acacia Gum has received bad press in the past, but producers are determined to show its multifaceted side ©iStock

Will acacia gum finally get the clean-label recognition it wants?

Jerónimo Pérez, president, Ifapa and Pedro Suárez, manager, Bodega González Byass Jerez sign the project agreement. Picture: Ifapa.

Researchers to improve the quality of aged brandy

A percentage of study participants with celiac disease reacted strongly to a sample of gluten-removed beer. ©iStock/grekoff

‘Gluten-removed’ beer not as safe as ‘gluten-free’ beer for those with celiac disease, study suggests

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