“Basically, my group is researching the microbes that are in and on the human and how this population changes with disease, or how a change in this population could change disease.” Interview with a scientist. Hold onto your hats.
Of all the cool-sounding jobs in the world that I am woefully under-qualified for, “coffee scientist” might be my favorite. And, turns out, it’s a real gig. Joseph A. Rivera is the founder of a company called Coffee Chemistry, which was launched in 2004 “as the coffee industry’s leading information portal for all aspects on coffee science, chemistry & technology.”