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Australia's growing thirst for alcohol-free wine and beer

blog post image Demand for non-alcoholic drinks "explodes" as more Australians rethink their drinking habits.

Open Access, Conspiracy Theories and the Democratization of Knowledge

blog post image The Scholarly Kitchen "We are in the middle of a new political dynamic here in the US – one that has been building for over a decade. This new dynamic has meant that science and scientists are being viewed with a level of distrust – and even, at times, hostility – that is unprecedented in modern...

Greeks domesticated grapes about 4000 years ago to improve wine-making

blog post image We know that the ancient Greeks made wine as early as 4300 BC, but a new analysis of preserved seeds suggests grapes were domesticated around 2000 BC

Microbe new to science found in self-fermented beer: New technique helps disentangle the various species of yeast and bacteria

blog post image Microbe new to science found in self-fermented beer: New technique helps disentangle the various species of yeast and bacteria that live in “'wild beer”' "In May 2014, a group of scientists took a field trip to a small brewery in an old warehouse in Seattle, Washington. They were looking for some...

Bigger wine glasses make us drink too much, says researcher: Today’s glasses, 450ml compared with 65ml 300 years ago,

blog post image Bigger wine glasses make us drink too much, says researcher: Today’s glasses, 450ml compared with 65ml 300 years ago, encourage consumption, Cambridge scientist tells Hay festival

Weaker drinks 'to solve health problems', say councils - BBC News: Weaker beers, ciders, wines and spirits are what is needed

blog post image Weaker drinks 'to solve health problems', say councils - BBC News: Weaker beers, ciders, wines and spirits are what is needed to tackle drink-related health problems, local councils in England and Wales say.

China creates gene-edited ‘micropigs’ to satisfy an emerging fringe pet market | ExtremeTech: The Beijing genomics institute

blog post image China creates gene-edited ‘micropigs’ to satisfy an emerging fringe pet market | ExtremeTech: The Beijing genomics institute is now offering genetically-modified 'micropig' pets in a variety of different flavors to the discriminating swine enthusiast.