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Scientists Map Risk of Exposure to Xylella
The study showed that southern Spain and other temperate locations between 40 and 50 degrees latitude are at the greatest risk for the spread of Xylella fastidiosa.
Facial Recognition May Complement Taste Tests
Researchers are developing facial recognition software with the aim to enhance the accuracy of panel testing.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
Frequent Olive Oil Consumption May Reduce Risk of Blood Clots
In a recent study, the participants who consumed the most olive oil had the least platelet accumulation, which could lead to heart disease and stroke.
Omics Ensure the Authenticity of Portuguese Olive Oils
Genomics and metabolomics are at the core of a research study to authenticate and trace Portuguese extra virgin olive oils.
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Extra Virgin Olive Oil
University Receives Donation of Ancient Olive Varieties
The seedlings, which were recently donated by Banco Santander, will be studied before given new life when they are planted at the Rabanales University campus.
Auburn University Raising Money for Olive Oil and Alzheimer’s Research
Researchers at Auburn University have found that a compound in extra virgin olive oil might be valuable for helping prevent or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Olive Oil Health Benefits
Genetic Tweak to Photosynthesis Could Improve Crop Yields
While the tweak has yet to be tested in edible plants, scientists think this could revolutionize the food production -and olive production - industries.
New Study Delves Into Mechanisms Behind MedDiet’s Health Benefits
Researchers found that following the Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by 25 percent. They also got some clues as to why this may be the case.
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