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Greek researcher, Dr Pantelis Natsiavas, is on a mission to use technology to redefine the meaning of palliative care for those affected by cancer, with the help of EU funding and 16 healthcare…
ALS is a deadly disease that EU researchers are helping to tackle. © David Herraez Calzada, Shutterstock.com
European researchers are pioneering a vaccine and treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Tailor-made alerts to drivers can enhance road safety.  © Song_about_summer, Shutterstock.com
EU researchers are coming up with advanced technologies to spot early signs of fatigue and erratic behaviour…
Faster detection and less invasive surgery offer hopes of advances against a leading fatal disease in Europe.
Andrea Stephany Diaz founded a startup to improve lung-cancer diagnosis after participating in a 2022 European event for young researchers.
Scientists are closing in on a pain-free method for people with type 1 diabetes to control it.
Urban dwellers across the EU are having a say in making their surroundings friendlier to people and the environment.
Offering nutritious meals to students can improve diets and counter obesity across Europe.
Researchers are seeking to ensure that people retain their ability to detect scents.
Home-test kits and mobile labs for detecting a tumour in tissue near the uterus are improving healthcare in remote or marginalised communities.
EU researchers have identified new ways that certain substances can interfere with people’s hormone system and brain development.
Edible electronics are being developed to assist rescue operations and go inside hospital patients, setting the stage for all-consuming tech to become consumable.
Calorie-filled meals with little nutrition are suspected of having an impact on decision-making and of causing an overweight trap.