Esegui ricerca

Latest news

22 September 2022
Bioeconomy
Bioeconomy and carbon neutrality: “Without further investments we will miss the target”
Bioeconomy and carbon neutrality: “Without further investments we will miss the target”
“Without further investments in the bioeconomy, the net zero emission target will not be met”. Data issued from the EU project Biomonitor point out gaps in the Green Deal and suggest speeding ...
12 September 2022
Energy
Valencia 2030: heading for climate neutrality
Valencia 2030: heading for climate neutrality
Internationally renowned for the stunning architecture of its City of Arts and Sciences, by local architect Santiago Calatrava, the Spanish city of Valencia has been this year selected among the 100 European cities that will take up the challenge to become climate neutral by 2030.
07 September 2022
Health
New testing device combats COVID-19
New testing device combats COVID-19
The speed of antigen tests and the sensitivity of PCR-tests can be combined to fight COVID-19 and to rapidly detect other viruses
06 September 2022
Energy
Mining a rich seam of creativity: how the minerals sector is contributing to climate action
Mining a rich seam of creativity: how the minerals sector is contributing to climate action
The minerals industry in Europe supports thousands of jobs and livelihoods, and attention is turning to how to balance its energy requirements with its climate responsibilities to make the sector more ...
02 August 2022
Energy
Sustainable is beautiful
Sustainable is beautiful
Beauty in architecture is often expensive, while sustainability should be affordable and widespread. Does this mean that aesthetics and sustainability are in conflict? Or can one integrate the other? Solutions exist.
12 July 2022
Energy
Shielding the Grid to Foster Renewables: the Cybersecurity Challenge
Shielding the Grid to Foster Renewables: the Cybersecurity Challenge
Fostering the energy transition requires advanced and sophisticated technology. However, such interconnected solutions are exposed to a wide range of cyber-attacks.
08 July 2022
Energy
Circular is better: recyclable buildings to save the planet
Circular is better: recyclable buildings to save the planet
House units which can be reassembled into other buildings. Citizens’ groups volunteering to renovate the existing stock with natural materials.
31 May 2022
Mobility
Pandemic semiconductor problems are set to shape electric vehicle battery manufacturing
Pandemic semiconductor problems are set to shape electric vehicle battery manufacturing
Manufacturing cuts put cars at the back of the queue for silicon chips. Now, electric vehicles are set to increasingly use silicon in their batteries too, and the industry is therefore making dramatic changes in how it gets its critical components.
20 May 2022
Health
Early signs support revolutionary potential of EU clinical trials regulation
Early signs support revolutionary potential of EU clinical trials regulation
Summary: The EU Clinical Trials Regulation should help resolve problems caused by its predecessor directive and help meet needs arising from the pandemic.
19 May 2022
Environment
How the pandemic highlighted bioplastic benefits
How the pandemic highlighted bioplastic benefits
Covid-19 has led to a paradoxical increase in plastic use even as people are more concerned about the pollution the material causes.