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Learning science outside the classroom will help students better understand the world around them, say researchers. © M. Schlossmacher / EFI, 2024
EU-funded researchers are exploring new ways to learn that make science more relevant to everyday life – and more fun.
Researchers are drawing on personal migration stories, both past and present, to help inform migration policies. © Fishman64,
Historical flows of refugees and their personal tales are the focus of EU-funded researchers seeking to help…
Spain’s San Estevo de Ribas de Sil monastery is often overlooked by pilgrims on a nearby route. © Basotxerri,
European tourism is getting a makeover to strengthen remote communities with the help of EU-funded…
Tapping into the long and rich histories of places around Europe is a central part of an EU push for rural and urban revival.
A group of European urban areas bordering seas and rivers is paving the way for climate neutrality by 2030.
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.
Arts and culture can bring imagination and momentum to projects for putting urban neighbourhoods more in tune with nature.
The gangster lifestyles of young people in Europe and elsewhere can be altered through dialogue and education, according to researchers.
Intimidation at school is a widespread and worrying phenomenon being examined through psychology and genomics.
Nature is being harnessed in the EU to improve the wellbeing of city dwellers, including people suffering from loneliness.
The relationship between indigenous peoples in the Arctic region and their herds reveals a rich history and provides clues about how to protect it.
Literary masterpieces and other educational activities feature in EU-funded efforts to help displaced young people feel at home across the continent.