Scientists Are Working on a Coffee That Slowly Releases ‘All-Day’ Caffeine

Scientists with very important priorities in Switzerland are developing slow-release caffeine that will yield a full day’s kick in just one cup of coffee.

It’ll essentially be like roaming the office all day strapped to an intravenous line that’s tapped into an espresso with no need to make a pit stop at the coffee machine.

In other words, pretty great.

Researchers at the Nestlé Research Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and university ETH Zurich – that’s three teams of people from esteemed institutions committed to this cause – are looking at ways to change the structure of cubosomes to achieve the slow-release action. Cubosomes, which don’t even have a Wikipedia page, are nevertheless very important in regulating the flow of molecules of nutrients and drugs around our body.

“What if you could drink one beverage and enjoy the boost effect caffeine provides in a slow, sustained way throughout the day?” pondered a Nestlé spokesperson.

What if, indeed…