If you are a "Star Trek" fan, or at least knows a bit about this movie, for sure, you'd identify what a tricorder is. Now, instead of a sci-fi gadget, experts have created a tricorder-like technology to halt GMOs' risk to nearby ecosystem.
A group of researchers surveyed 2,038 people about food, in this case, farm animals where steaks and chicken come from. The study aims to show how concerned we are on how farm animals were raised, how we understand organic and even how much we are willing to pay for it.
A new study has revealed that after umami, the human tongue now has a sixth sense which could explain why humans love carbs so much.
New research from Rutgers University debunks the five-second rule, as bacteria can contaminate food in even less than a second.
The ranks of gluten-free practitioners are swelling, despite the fact that there has not been an uptick in celiac diagnoses.
In lieu with exploring how we can halt the dwindling cocoa production, researchers at Bangor University have come up with an amazing discovery: wild mangoes (Mangifera sylvatica), can be a new cocoa butter alternative.
Does wine really taste better with age? Not all, but we do know why older wines smell better than less matured ones.
A new study reveals that DNA can explain why some people tends to have more than two cups of coffee daily while others are satisfied with their morning cup.
The food of the future has arrived.
Bees, which are known for their keen sense of smell, are losing their ability to efficiently forage for food.
The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a federal law that would require the labeling of GMO food. But the bill is not without criticism.
A new study reveals that smoke from wood-burning ovens in pizzerias and steakhouses in Sao Paulo, Brazil contribute to the megacity's toxic air conditions.
As lionfish continue to grow in number and eat important members of the marine ecosystem, will humans eating them instead help save our planet?
Several crops have been reported to produce toxins due to environmental stresses caused by climate change.