At this time of year, it’s more important than ever to be aware of the potential dangers of food allergens. Proper implementation of EU food allergen regulation saves lives, explains Charles...
Former MEP Dr Charles Tannock shines a light on the inhumane treatment prisoners suffer in Romania.
Cutting-edge technologies such as AI are here to make our lives easier, but they can also be used to make them more sustainable, writes APPLiA’s Paolo Falcioni.
The potential to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) for positive change is great. However, government leaders cannot manage it alone. A task of this magnitude requires collaboration with the...
Europe’s digital leaders are getting together on 6 February at DIGITALEUROPE’s Masters of Digital 2020 conference to look at what the next 20 years of technological development could bring to...
Europe’s soft drinks industry is embracing sustainability and responsibility, UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe’s Nicholas Hodac explains.
Ericsson is ready to help Europe enter a new digital age, writes Karl Pihl.
LPG can be the alternative energy solution Europe needs to reduce emissions, argues Samuel Maubanc.
Jonathan D.G Jones argues why the EU should replace chemistry-based agriculture with genetic methods.
Morocco is a strong EU ally in tackling two important problems: illegal immigration and terrorism’, writes Yossi Lempkowicz.
With global interest in the continent growing in recent years, from Japan to Turkey, Russia to India, the EU will have to get in line, argues Dr Lubinda Haabazoka.
Francesca Di Giuseppe and Christel Prudhomme, from the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), explain how new data can help in the fight against climate change.
Marie Lacroix gives us the lowdown on direct selling and what it means for consumers.
The recent announcement that the world’s first university dedicated to artificial intelligence (AI) will open its doors in Abu Dhabi in 2020 marks the latest move in the Middle East’s growing...
James Wilson explains how a negotiator could play a key role in the UN’s plan for solving the crisis in Yemen.
Maximilian Kunisch debunks claims made by a smokers’ campaign that current European smoking and vaping regulation is “extreme” and “worrying”.
Dr. Saqib Qureshi explains why governments should look at what works in the private sector and use that to enhance the public sector.
The EU must embrace biotech’s potential to help make Europe the world’s first carbon neutral continent, argues Joanna Dupont Inglis.
The new European Commission is planning to turn young peoples’ aspirations into action, making clear that this mandate aims to provide answers to key issues facing all European citizens. ...
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