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For those working in the development sector, the European migration crisis has had a clear and tangible impact on the re...Archive
The Slovenian olms, or ‘baby dragons’, from Postojna Cave are ready to enter a new stage of development. After months of concern for the...September 2016
On 30 September the ESA’s Rosetta spacecraft will complete its comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko mission by landing on the surface before sh...September 2016
EuroScience has announced Robert-Jan Smits as the first ever recipient of its new award honouring individuals who have made an outstanding c...September 2016
Native European primate the Barbary Macaque has been granted an Appendix I protection listing – the highest level of species protection. A...September 2016
Welcome to the 20th edition of Pan European Networks: Science & Technology, bringing together the key voices and developments in the European scientific arenaSeptember 2016
In an uncertain world, interest in military and security issues appears increasingly essential. Providing a spotlight on the area, Defence Management Review.August 2016
A team of scientists in Spain has found that the propensity for violence in humans was inherited from a common ancestor. In a paper published in Nature, the team used dat[...]
The UK’s Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson has announced £17.7m (~€20.5m) in the research and development of new healthcare technologies. The funds, provi[...]
50 offshore wind innovations have been identified for substantial rene...
The 2016 European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) award cer...
Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has completed the first se...