In the spirit of National Coffee Day, our career spotlight is Coffee Scientist.
Coffee Scientist… Who knew this was actually a thing? This is not the job your favorite barista has at the local coffee shop.
So what does a Coffee Scientist do?
It’s a specific kind of chemist. Using chemistry, a Coffee Scientist discovers how to make coffee taste great.
What does a Coffee Scientist do?
It all depends on where you want to play in this wonderful chemistry coffee lab.
- Water filtration and its effect on coffee
- Studying the biophysical effects of coffee on the human body
- The botany of the coffee plant
- The agriculture of coffee
What can I study if I want to be a Coffee Scientist?
- Food Science
- Data Science
There’s even a Coffee Science Certificate available.
Are there Coffee Scientist jobs?
According to LinkedIn*, there are 3000+ people in the United States with the title Coffee Scientist.
*The people search on the term “coffee scientist” was conducted on 10.2.18
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