US secretary for agriculture says Europe’s plan to make agriculture more sustainable could stifle innovation, cut agricultural output and put transatlantic trade at risk. The EU commissioner says quality not quantity is what counts
The use of acronyms in scientific articles has steadily increased over the last 60 years, according to a study by Adrian Barnett of Queensland University of Technology and Zoe Doubleday of the University of South Australia.
Cleaning up Europe’s seas and inland waterways is a key part of securing the green transition, say EU commissioners, as they answer citizens’ questions about the upcoming Healthy Oceans research mission
The pandemic has hugely amplified the importance of measuring health outcomes – both in Europe and beyond. Which steps can health leaders take to embed this in the heart of post-COVID systems and policies? A new Science|Business guide explores the options.
The pandemic is causing huge disruption to the EU’s flagship research programme. Which steps can Europe take to help its R&D communities navigate through the crisis? A new Science|Business report explores the options
In February 2020, scientists, clinicians, patients and industry representatives met in Stockholm to discuss how governments, education systems, and new technologies can help treat and prevent mental health problems. The roundtable was the latest in the Science|Business Healthy Measures series.