Political action is urgently needed to ensure that the four million European citizens with severe asthma routinely have access to specialist care, writes Pascal Chanez.
Jean-Christophe Tellier looks at the Commission Proposal for a European Regulation.
Europe is more than just one of Huawei's most important markets, writes Abraham Liu.
AI is evolving rapidly and brings with it the potential to improve weather and climate predictions, writes Peter Dueben.
Europe must play to its strengths and pharma is an area of strategic economic and social value where the EU is a global player, writes EFPIA's Nathalie Moll.
Europe and Huawei share common values, writes Abraham Liu.
AI will transform the lives of both patients and healthcare professionals, explains Jan-Philipp Beck.
Christa Sedlatschek reflects on 25 years of making Europe’s workplaces safer, healthier and more productive.
An enabling policy framework can all help to reduce emissions, explains Philippe Ducom.
The EU must continue its commitment to protecting wildlife, explains Staci McLennan.
Steel is the sustainable packaging choice for the 21st century, writes Alexis van Maercke
European Aluminium is already helping Europe decarbonise, but more must be done, says Gerd Götz.
Restricting Huawei from doing business will not make a country more secure or stronger, argues Abraham Liu.
EU policy makers should follow a holistic industrial policy that supports strategic value chains, explains Emilio Braghi.
5G offers more opportunities while upgrading security, explains Tony Graziano
Cooperation and investment are key when it comes to security and defence, explains Chris Lombardi
Making innovation happen is more than just a motto for the EIT, writes Dirk Jan van den Berg.
McDonald's is helping young people develop the skills they need to succeed through apprenticeships, writes David Fairhurst.
It is imperative to seize the momentum of recent policy developments at both European and international level, argues Philippe Mengal.
MEPs and member states must bring clarity on the first mobility package, argues IRU’s Matthias Maedge