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
But policy incentives to take account of its environmental benefits are needed for the market to accelerate, argues Trevor Morgan.
One Health, is more than just a buzzword, argues AnimalhealthEurope’s Roxane Feller
Bioplastics are a key element in Europe’s transition to a low-carbon, circular economy, writes Hasso von Pogrell
It’s neither wise nor safe for EU policymakers to dismiss new breeding techniques as ‘dangerous’ without any real consideration of the facts, argues Hannes Kollist.
We urgently need legal certainty to support innovation in plant breeding in the EU, writes Arjen van Tunen.
EU-Mercosur trade talks have progressed on many issues this year, but sugar - a critical area for Brazil and a huge source of potential for EU industry - has been left out, writes Géraldine...
If Europe is serious about fighting terrorism and extremism, the institutions of the EU need to be more actively engaged in the current situation involving Qatar, argues Richard Burchill.
Investing in people and skills helps create jobs, economic growth and sustainable wellbeing, explains Alastair Macphail.
Europe needs to do more to ‘switch on’ to entrepreneurship education, writes Caroline Jenner.
Smart appliances will bring huge benefits to European consumers, writes Paolo Falcioni.
MEPs should stand up for EU manufacturers by adding legal certainty to the EU’s new anti-dumping methodology, writes Inès Van Lierde.
In today’s highly diversified and segmented labour market, how can we ensure that access to social protection is balanced across all types of worker, asks Denis Pennel.
Children with cancer deserve the best possible healthcare, wherever it may be found, writes Ruth Ladenstein.
Europe needs more ambitious research funding, or risks losing precious knowledge, writes Rolf Tarrach.
Paloma Pérez Sánchez and Pierre Jaouen on why they believe a cadmium limit of 80 mg strikes the right balance between health and environmental risk, and the EU's agricultural, geopolitical, and...