A 2010 directive called for replacement, reduction and refinement of animal experiments. More than 10 years on, MEPs are concerned the rules have had little impact - and want targets and a strategy to bring in alternatives
The first calls launched in March. Now, the money can start flowing
After three years of negotiations, vote in the industry and research committee of the European Parliament pushes Horizon Europe, Digital Europe and the European Defence Fund closer to reality
MEPs say the new budget signals a shifting of priorities away from agriculture and cohesion and towards research and innovation
Hydrogen power is critical in meeting climate targets. The European Parliament is calling for a coordinated investment strategy to deliver the green form of this energy source
David Sassoli, European Parliament president, laments cuts to Horizon Europe, as MEPs reinforce commitment to route more money to ‘future-oriented’ programmes, in final battle over long-term EU budget
Parliament is working on new amendments to legal framework of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology which are to be voted in the industry committee by the end June
The COVID-19 pandemic provides a stark illustration of why we need effective tools for sharing health data in Europe, say four MEPs
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