The EU has a duty to protect refugees from exploitation, while preserving the values upon Europe’s democratic societies are built, argues Tommaso Virgili.
Ahead of this week's RED II negotiations, Géraldine Kutas explains where policymakers are getting it wrong on biofuels - and how they can fix their mistakes before it's too late.
It’s time to scratch the surface, and recognise that advanced plant breeding methods, including GM crops, can really make a positive impact, writes Julian Little.
Is Europe willing to make animals the scapegoat through a disproportionate focus on their role in AMR?
Unlike human medicines veterinary medicines undergo a thorough environmental risk assessment, explains AnimalhealthEurope Secretary General, Roxane Feller.
Research and education should be among the easier elements of the Brexit negotiations, argue Paul Boyle and Rolf Tarrach
As the birthplace and sole success story of the Arab Spring thus far, Tunisia’s journey from dictatorship to revolution to nascent democracy is unique in the Arab region, explains Rached...
The last 12 months have seen swift progress in the development of European defence and security capabilities.
Universities are uniquely positioned to work with policymakers and industry to shape a sustainable energy future, writes Torbjørn Digernes.
Lighter vehicles offer the opportunity to reduce CO2 emissions from all vehicles. However, continuing to focus on a mass-based approach is an opportunity lost, writes Patrik Ragnarsson.
The extent to which Text and Data Mining is revolutionising the way both public and private sector researchers work has yet to be fully realised by EU policymakers, argue data mining experts.
TB is far from being consigned to the history books, but there is real hope for a TB-free world in the coming decades, write Ivan Solovic and Raquel Duarte.
As trilogue negotiations progress, there are numerous ways in which the new rules on animal medicines can shape up to deliver on objectives to foster innovation for improving the health and...
The upcoming World Congress for Freedom of Scientific Research will help raise awareness of the need for legislation to embrace the right to science, explains Marco Cappato.
In recent years the EU has experienced a bewildering wave of terrorist attacks from groups and individuals.
Investment in research and education not only brings the highest European added value, it is also the most effective long-term, future-oriented commitment that the EU can make towards its citizens...
Portugal’s central bank must correct its mistaken bail-in, if it wants to rebuild trust with the international investment community.
No one likes to talk about salmonella in feed, but the consequences of the recent formaldehyde denial mean we will be forced to talk about it a whole lot more, warns Phil McGuire.
Cities are strongholds of sedentary behaviour and unhealthy lifestyles, writes Maxime Leblanc
The EU is expected to resume fisheries cooperation with Morocco despite a ‘politically motivated’ legal opinion from the EU Court of Justice, argues Eli Hadzhieva.
Animal Health Europe’s Roxane Feller provides a recap on the veterinary medicines and medicated feed review ahead of trilogue talks kicking-off this week on 31 January