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
Schools are central in the fight against child inactivity, writes Maxime Leblanc.
Pollutants such as particulate matter, nitrogen oxide and ozone kill hundreds of thousands each year. One way to reduce these deadly emissions is to switch to LPG, argues Eric Johnson.
The Paediatric Cancer network, ERN PaedCan is helping to break down barriers to effective cross-border healthcare, writes Ruth Ladenstein
MEPs will soon vote on several important provisions that could determine whether biofuels can make the needed contribution to decarbonising transport, explains Géraldine Kutas.
Willy Fautré fears for the future of those fleeing religious persecution in China.
New study shows substantial environmental, social and economic benefits, says Antonino Furfari.
The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service and Euronews have joined forces to provide a daily 24-hour air quality forecast for Europe.
Martine Rahier on why true multidisciplinarity would change the game for EU Research and Innovation.
Home appliances are (quietly) changing the modern world for the better writes Paolo Falcioni
A detailed survey of five EU member states in which schools have been teaching entrepreneurship confirms impressive benefits for young people, businesses, and wider society, explains Caroline...
Companies, youngsters and society as a whole can all reap the rewards of properly organised apprenticeships, argues Denis Pennel
The EAW system has quite rightly once again come under the media spotlight, writes Willy Fautré