Product Development Archive

By: Abbey Thiel First, we had meatless meat, then ice cream without dairy. Soon, we might have beanless coffee. Atomo Coffee, a Seattle based start-up, is attempting to reverse engineer coffee without the bean. Right now, the drink is...
By Abbie Sommer When I’m reading a menu at a restaurant and the word “bacon” comes up (or even better “bacon lardons”), I am almost always going to order the dish. In my opinion, bacon makes everything better. But...
By: Jo-Ezer Lau Fighting Fraud with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy This sequel to Part I and Part II in the Food Fraud series uncovers how overcoming wine fraud goes beyond the boundaries of science, considering the social role...
By: Elliot Dhuey Introduction I want to preface this article with the stark statistic that was reported by the 2nd Sustainable Development Goal by the United Nations, which states that there are more than 800 million undernourished people worldwide...
By: Alex Pierce-Feldmeyer Last year, I attended the annual Cincinnati, OH coffee festival. In attendance were local coffee vendors and speakers, Austin Childress being one of them. Speakers touched on everything from how to brew at home to the...
By: Amanda Sia, Abbie Sommer and Mackenzie Hannum Featured Image by Pickwriters “The time for food is now.” – Maria Velissariou Food science is a major and a career that spans across many disciplines. Some people study chemistry, microbiology,...
By: Amanda Sia Welcome back for the second installment of “Building a Better Boba Ball.” In Part 1, we covered recent advancements in biotechnology, such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) and gene-editing technologies like CRISPR. Today’s post explores their application...