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There is a weak correlation between animal consumption of antibiotics and human resistance, argues Rick Clayton.
It's make or break time for the sustainable European production of advanced biofuels, warns Chris Malins.
A new system of European reference networks would improve cancer patient treatment, argues Paolo G. ...
Poorly educated are struggling to sustain healthy lifestyles, argues Jean-Michel Borys.
Pharmacy 'stewardship' key to tackling antimicrobial resistance, argues EAHP's Roberto Frontini.
'Zero plastics to landfill' is a realistic objective, argues Karl-H. Foerster...
Failing to invest in girls is not only a missed opportunity, it's tantamount to planning for poverty, warn Alexandra Makaroff...
There is growing EU frustration with Montenegro's 'contempt' for the rule of law, argues Matthias Menke.
EU policymakers need to set a new course that allows a genuine and innovative sustainability agenda to play its part in boosting economic recovery, argues Karl-H. Foerster.
Despite the political hysteria, digital enthusiasts should welcome the appointment of Günther Oettinger to the EU's top digital role, argues Jonathan Zuck
Social media platforms are connecting Europe's SMEs to vast audiences that they would otherwise be unable to access, argues Erika Mann
‘Balance’ needed on patient consent, argues Paolo Casali.
How many European commissioners does it take to get grandma online, asks Huawei's Tony Graziano.
The 700 MHz band is key to developing Europe's mobile broadband networks, writes Alessandro Casagni.
If Europe wants to establish a leading role in the digital world, then some kind of EU level coordination mechanism is vital, argues James Elles.
Huawei warmly welcomes the election of Jean-Claude Juncker as new president of the European commission.
Whether or not SEPA will deliver on its potential depends on the EU and governments agreeing on 'who should do what', argues Javier Santamaría.
Going green is no longer a jump into the unknown, but a smart step towards a sustainable and profitable future for Europe's business, argues Martin Hurley
The rule of law must be firmly on this week's EU-Montenegro summit agenda, argues Andrey Petrushinin.
Replacing harmful chemicals could bring annual cost savings of €31bn by avoiding cases of diabetes, obesity, hormone...