Electronic cigarettes are safer than smoking tobacco, writes Riccardo Polosa.
Towards IEE-free fisheries: Thailand is making significant progress in its fight against illegal fishing, argues Chatchai Sarikulya.
If Europe wants to promote the circular economy, then it needs to get serious about it, argues Jacob Hansen.
Every fire victim is one too many, writes Quentin de Hults.
Consumers want to know what’s in their drinks, explains Pierre-Olivier Bergeron.
Sustainable healthcare systems help ensure access to innovative therapies, writes Pascal Apostolides.
Arianespace is well suited to the needs of Europe’s institutions, writes Stéphane Israël.
Industry and academia need to work together to drive innovation, writes Tony Graziano.
Students understand the need for business-education partnerships, says Tony Graziano.
The new IVDR and MDR regulations need investment to succeed, warns Serge Bernasconi.
Europe’s future depends on open innovation, argues Martin Kern.
We must choose resource efficiency for a truly circular economy, writes Brigitte Dero.
Nord Stream 2 benefits consumers, the climate and the economy, writes Alex Barnes.
Early detection and integrated healthcare are key to tackling brain disorders, argues David Nutt.
Strategic industries with sustainable value chains are the basis of Europe’s new economy, writes Kjetil Ebbesberg.
Europe needs connectivity if it is to reach its sustainable development goals, writes Charles Ding.
Knock-on effects of energy efficiency plans could mislead consumers, warns Beate Raabe.
New findings highlight the benefits to be gained from good safety and health at work, writes Christa Sedlatschek.
Research breakthroughs happen more easily when knowledge, data and resources are shared, explains Pierre Meulien.
The All.Can initiative puts patients at the heart of cancer policy, writes Suzanne Wait.