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KWWL Iowa
Are Some People Hard-Wired for Coffee?reports in Nature Scientific Reports. To find the new genetic pattern, the tea
Are Some People Hard-Wired for Coffee?
KWWL Iowa / Posted 6 hours ago
reports in Nature Scientific Reports. To find the new genetic pattern, the team led by Nicola Pirastu at the University of Trieste looked at people well known for their love of coffee — Italians and Dutch. Groups of volunteers in remote Italian... Read more
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DutchNews.nl
Coffee drinking has genetic link, says new Dutch studythese diseases are, and so open new lines of research.” The Dutch drank more c
Coffee drinking has genetic link, says new Dutch study
DutchNews.nl / Posted 12 hours ago
these diseases are, and so open new lines of research.” The Dutch drank more coffee each day, mostly filtered, but the researchers from Edinburgh, Trieste and the Netherlands did not speculate on the comparative quality of the cuppa in each coun... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Study reveals why some people need more coffee than othersgenes. As part of an in-depth new study, researchers at the University of Edin
Study reveals why some people need more coffee than others
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
genes. As part of an in-depth new study, researchers at the University of Edinburgh and the University of University of Trieste, Italy, looked at the DNA of around 3,000 coffee drinkers in the Netherlands and Italy. According to the Daily Mail,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Study reveals why some people need more coffee than othersgenes. As part of an in-depth new study, researchers at the University of Edin
Study reveals why some people need more coffee than others
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
genes. As part of an in-depth new study, researchers at the University of Edinburgh and the University of University of Trieste, Italy, looked at the DNA of around 3,000 coffee drinkers in the Netherlands and Italy. According to the Daily Mail,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Research suggests drive to drink coffee may be embedded in our genesis towards larger cups that contain more caffeine overall. The study was condu
Research suggests drive to drink coffee may be embedded in our genes
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
is towards larger cups that contain more caffeine overall. The study was conducted at the Universities of Edinburgh and Trieste, the Burlo Garofolo Pediatric Institute in Italy, the Erasmus Medical Center and PolyOmica, a data analysis company... Read more
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NBC News
Researchers found a gene that lets some people get by with less coffeereports in Nature Scientific Reports. To find the new genetic pattern, the tea
Researchers found a gene that lets some people get by with less coffee
NBC News / Posted yesterday
reports in Nature Scientific Reports. To find the new genetic pattern, the team led by Nicola Pirastu at the University of Trieste looked at people well known for their love of coffee — Italians and Dutch. Groups of volunteers in remote Italian... Read more
17 related stories
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Times of Malta
Coffee consumption research brews up theory it's in our DNAstudy is published in the journal Scientific Reports and was conducted at the u
Coffee consumption research brews up theory it's in our DNA
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
study is published in the journal Scientific Reports and was conducted at the universities of Edinburgh and Trieste, the Burlo Garofolo Pediatric Institute in Italy, the Erasmus Medical Centre and PolyOmica, a data analysis company... Read more
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Daily Mail
Do YOU love coffee? It could be written in your geneshave an extra cup of coffee each day, researchers found Researchers from the U
Do YOU love coffee? It could be written in your genes
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
have an extra cup of coffee each day, researchers found Researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the University of Trieste, Italy, studied the DNA of around 3,000 coffee drinkers in the Netherlands and Italy. Participants were asked to... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Scientists say a 'drive to drink coffee may be embedded in our genes'of your genes! The study is published in the journal Scientific Reports and wa
Scientists say a 'drive to drink coffee may be embedded in our genes'
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
of your genes! The study is published in the journal Scientific Reports and was conducted at the universities of Edinburgh and Trieste, the Burlo Garofolo Pediatric Institute in Italy, and the Erasmus Medical Centre and PolyOmica in the Netherla... Read more
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Harrow Times
Watford reportedly agree deal for Belgian midfielderus to return some of the love ... I'm sure a few more of our surplus "non home
Watford reportedly agree deal for Belgian midfielder
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
us to return some of the love ... I'm sure a few more of our surplus "non home growns" will be joining him on a flight to Trieste ... although I would prefer to see a few sales being rung up to fund the purchase of another attacker ... (looks like... Read more
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The Forward
A Life in Music From Kristallnacht to Lang Langme a religion, although you know I am Jewish and was brought up in an Orthodox
A Life in Music From Kristallnacht to Lang Lang
The Forward / Posted 2 days ago
me a religion, although you know I am Jewish and was brought up in an Orthodox house. After you fled with your parents to Trieste, then Haifa, you suffered from weakness and anorexia until two Israeli boys, the cellist Menachem Meir and violinist... Read more
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forzaitalianfootball
Reasons to believe Cagliari can defend their Serie A statuscounterparts. The particular issues Cagliari have faced with regard to stadiums
Reasons to believe Cagliari can defend their Serie A status
forzaitalianfootball / Posted 3 days ago
counterparts. The particular issues Cagliari have faced with regard to stadiums has been well documented, jumping between Trieste, the Stadio Is Arenas and their current home traditional home at the Stadio Sant’Elia. The proposed €55 million... Read more
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Daily Mail
Italian priest with 'relic fetish' charged with killing monsignor, 92Rocco had a broken neck and had been strangled to death when he was found in hi
Italian priest with 'relic fetish' charged with killing monsignor, 92
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Rocco had a broken neck and had been strangled to death when he was found in his bedroom in the Cleric House in Trieste, Italy, in April 2014 by a housekeeper who came in to check on him. Prosecutors believe Father Paolo Piccoli - who... Read more
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FOX News
Italian prosecutors claim monsignor murdered by relic-obsessed priesthe was caught stealing relics. Monsignor Giuseppe Rocco was found strangled on
Italian prosecutors claim monsignor murdered by relic-obsessed priest
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
he was caught stealing relics. Monsignor Giuseppe Rocco was found strangled on the floor of his room in Cleric’s House in Trieste on April 25, 2014 -- with a broken bone sticking out of his neck and blood under his body. Two years later,... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Fruit Flies Could be Key to Fighting Cervical CancerLawrence Banks, head of the Tumor Virology group at the International Centre fo
Fruit Flies Could be Key to Fighting Cervical Cancer
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 4 days ago
Lawrence Banks, head of the Tumor Virology group at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in Trieste, Italy, and a coauthor of the study. “The power of this model is that it can be used now to screen for inhibitors of... Read more
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asianage
Espresso Originalsbeing traced to Africa. Many from this new generation went to Illy’s specialise
Espresso Originals
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
being traced to Africa. Many from this new generation went to Illy’s specialised Masters in coffee economics and science at Trieste and found that it will take years to map this ordinary green bean. Courses in Treiste saw Mihir Rebello, Ashritha... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Fruit fly models may help scientists understand underlying mechanism of HPV-induced cancerLawrence Banks, head of the Tumor Virology group at the International Centre fo
Fruit fly models may help scientists understand underlying mechanism of HPV-induced cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
Lawrence Banks, head of the Tumor Virology group at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology in Trieste, Italy, and a coauthor of the study. "The power of this model is that it can be used now to screen for inhibitors of... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Prep football coaches, schools taking steps to keep Zika awayclosely and taking cues from the county and state health departments, according
Prep football coaches, schools taking steps to keep Zika away
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 8 days ago
closely and taking cues from the county and state health departments, according to district spokeswoman Julie Houston Trieste. “The district is taking its usual precautions for mosquito prevention,” she said. Those precautions include... Read more
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BikeRadar
Wilier Triestina GTR Team Disc Ultegra reviewus, both in the racing-focused SL variant and the more endurance-flavoured Team
Wilier Triestina GTR Team Disc Ultegra review
BikeRadar / Posted 8 days ago
us, both in the racing-focused SL variant and the more endurance-flavoured Team version. For 2016 the long-established Trieste-based outfit has added a disc-braked model, which if it delivers the same ride as the rim-braked bikes should be a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Hungarian chess master living in Toronto tells tales from his 110 yearsMr. Sarosy. Soon they were on a torpedo boat that took them to a port in Herzeg
Hungarian chess master living in Toronto tells tales from his 110 years
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Mr. Sarosy. Soon they were on a torpedo boat that took them to a port in Herzegovina and from there to a passenger ship to Trieste and finally to a train to Budapest. It’s safe to say Mr. Sarosy is the only man in Canada who remembers where he was... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Interrailing for grown ups: why now's the time to explore Europe by trainFrseeeeeeeeefrong. I was on the 9.38 from Trieste to Milan, half listening out
Interrailing for grown ups: why now's the time to explore Europe by train
Daily Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
Frseeeeeeeeefrong. I was on the 9.38 from Trieste to Milan, half listening out for that famous onomatopoeic train sound from Ulysses while thinking about the previous evening, which had begun with a trip to the former city’s little James Joyce... Read more
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PhysOrg
Proton pinball on the catalystunder ordinary working conditions. Stefano Fabris, a Physicist at the Internati
Proton pinball on the catalyst
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
under ordinary working conditions. Stefano Fabris, a Physicist at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) of Trieste and CNR-IOM Istituto Officina dei Materiali, and colleagues, however, wanted to study a system in realistic... Read more
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Slate
Can a Disputed Italian Port City Become a Global Spiritual Center?Stories from Roads & Kingdoms The Free State of TriesteActivists have a plan t
Can a Disputed Italian Port City Become a Global Spiritual Center?
Slate / Posted 25 days ago
Stories from Roads & Kingdoms The Free State of TriesteActivists have a plan to make the Italian port city something much bigger. Each week, Roads & Kingdoms and Slate publish a new dispatch from around the globe. For more foreign correspondence... Read more
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PhysOrg
Climate modelers improve novel methods to corral uncertaintyon deck for nearly 70 scientists and students from some 30 countries around the
Climate modelers improve novel methods to corral uncertainty
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
on deck for nearly 70 scientists and students from some 30 countries around the world attending a five-day workshop in Trieste, Italy. Gathered at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), they got right down to... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dadland review: Riddle of a dad who made an ‘almighty cock of it’being his own man. How would anything measure up to this?” How, indeed. There
Dadland review: Riddle of a dad who made an ‘almighty cock of it’
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
being his own man. How would anything measure up to this?” How, indeed. There were intelligence postings in Finland and Trieste (where he was pally with Patricia Highsmith), then four cushy years in Gibraltar training cadets. But a man who... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Varsity extends winning sequencecrew won the International Famous Universities Rowing regatta in Changsha in 3m
Varsity extends winning sequence
Otago Daily Times / Posted 29 days ago
crew won the International Famous Universities Rowing regatta in Changsha in 3min 48sec, ahead of Italy's University of Trieste and the UK's University of Cambridge. A University of London crew came fourth in the 12-team regatta. The win means... Read more
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PhysOrg
Better defining the signals left by as-yet-undefined dark matter at the LHCpublished in EPJ C by Andrea De Simone and Thomas Jacques from the Internationa
Better defining the signals left by as-yet-undefined dark matter at the LHC
PhysOrg / Posted a month ago
published in EPJ C by Andrea De Simone and Thomas Jacques from the International School for Advanced Studies SISSA, in Trieste, Italy. EFT models offer the advantage of helping to define a structured approach to identify exactly what they are... Read more
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The Irish Times
Nora and Lucia Joyce: what sort of mother abandons her daughter?109 years ago today, Lucia Joyce was born out of wedlock, to James Joyce and No
Nora and Lucia Joyce: what sort of mother abandons her daughter?
The Irish Times / Posted a month ago
109 years ago today, Lucia Joyce was born out of wedlock, to James Joyce and Nora Barnacle, in a pauper’s hospital in Trieste, Italy. Nora returned from hospital to a hovel where Joyce lay prostrate with rheumatic fever. Her fractious baby daughter... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Powerhouse Hungary head Rio water polo gold rushin 1996. Maurizio Felugo is hopeful Italy's young team will improve for Rio. Hu
Powerhouse Hungary head Rio water polo gold rush
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 1 months ago
in 1996. Maurizio Felugo is hopeful Italy's young team will improve for Rio. Hungary's men beat Italy in the trials in Trieste. "Now we want to win the Olympic Games,” captain Daniel Varga said. The United States won the women's title in 2012,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Martin Foley amends ministerial travel expenses from $85,000 to $33,000his initial travel report the state Labor member for Albert Park declared the c
Martin Foley amends ministerial travel expenses from $85,000 to $33,000
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
his initial travel report the state Labor member for Albert Park declared the cost of the delegation's London, Venice and Trieste trip in July 2015 as $51,000 in airfares, $22,000 in accommodation and $11,872 in allowances and sundry... Read more

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