Q&A: How climate change is impacting the maple syrup industry

In the depths of winter, sugar on snow is a yearly treat many Vermonters eagerly anticipate. But with winters warming and snow barely on the ground in some parts of the state, climate change presents a host of challenges ...

NZ maple syrup mission taps into hi-tech imaging

A Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha University of Canterbury (UC) team has spent the last two years investigating whether it's viable to produce maple syrup at scale within Aotearoa New Zealand, and trial plantations have been ...

An artificial 'tongue' of gold to taste maple syrup

It's said that maple syrup is Quebec's liquid gold. Now scientists at Université de Montréal have found a way to use real gold—in the form of nanoparticles—to quickly find out how the syrup tastes.

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