Scientix connects STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education in the real world

Written by Scientix on 19 November 2015 in Press Release

For the past six years, the Scientix project has helped thousands of teachers of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects in schools across Europe to experiment in their classroom, adopt innovative teaching and learning methods, and inspire future generations of scientists.

These achievements are celebrated at the upcoming EMINENT event in Barcelona, on 19 and 20 November 2015, where stakeholders in STEM education in Europe meet to discuss common challenges in the field and develop policies for the future.

European Antibiotic Awareness Day: Collaborative action essential to combatting antibiotic resistance

Written by IFAH-Europe on 18 November 2015 in Press Release

Brussels, 18 November 2015 – Speaking at the ECDC launch event (16th November 2015) of the 8th European Antibiotic Awareness Day, IFAH-Europe's Secretary General Roxane Feller called for collaborative action from policymakers, scientists, industry, veterinarians, farmers, medical professionals, as well as the general public to address the issue of antibiotic resistance.

Autogas is the ideal bridging fuel for sustainable EU road transport

Written by Trevor Morgan on 8 November 2017 in Opinion Plus

But policy incentives to take account of its environmental benefits are needed for the market to accelerate, argues Trevor Morgan

How the animal health industry takes action on One Health

Written by Roxane Feller on 6 November 2017 in Opinion Plus

One Health, is more than just a buzzword, argues AnimalhealthEurope’s Roxane Feller

Sugar is the sweet spot of an EU-Mercosur trade deal

Written by Géraldine Kutas on 5 September 2017 in Opinion Plus

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 Kutas. 

Two cheers for the EU's global strategy

Written by Fraser Cameron on 24 July 2017

Federica Mogherini is on the right track with the global strategy, but its success depends on the political will of the member states, argues Fraser Cameron.

What Europe can do to resolve the Qatar crisis

Written by Richard Burchill on 20 July 2017 in Opinion Plus

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.

In a fast-changing world, EU must invest in changing skills

Written by Alastair Macphail on 19 July 2017 in Opinion Plus

Investing in people and skills helps create jobs, economic growth and sustainable wellbeing, explains Alastair Macphail.

Innovation and investment can help accelerate Europe's digital transformation

Written by Ken Hu on 18 July 2017 in Thought Leader

Innovation and investment can help accelerate Europe's digital transformation, writes Ken Hu.

Fertilising regulation: Devil is in the detail

Written by Jacob Hansen on 10 July 2017 in Thought Leader

The devil, as always, is in the detail of the new fertilising regulation, argues Jacob Hansen.