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Italian soil scientist Professor Fabio Terribile is on a mission to improve soil quality, with the help of EU funding and 19 partners across Europe.
Italian professor of physics, Paola Taroni, is on a mission to revolutionise breast cancer screening for…
Dutch researcher, Dr Jolijn van Engelenburg, is on a mission to safeguard our water resources as the impacts…
EU-funded researchers are taking technologies known as “smart wearables” to the next level.
The EU drive towards green energy is seeking to harness a traditionally clean power source – with some tweaks.
Graphene has moved out of the laboratory and into the market thanks in no small part to the EU, according to Professor Patrik Johansson.
EU-funded researchers are looking to improve electric grid to reduce energy waste, cut costs and curb emissions.
From neighbourhood panels to EU-wide exchanges, European researchers are devising new ways to involve people in decision-making in a bid to counter political polarisation.
More clean technologies must reach the market for the EU to meet its climate-neutrality goal, according to Austria’s Henriette Spyra.
EU researchers are accelerating the development of new treatments for children and other vulnerable groups.
Researchers are testing ways to remove “forever chemicals” from the environment and replace them in some commercial goods.
More international attention is being paid to the importance of common standards for performing scientific experiments and measuring their results – a field called metrology.
Researchers are helping residents across the EU opt for clean energy.