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Top space telescope from Europe seeks to solve riddles of the universe

EU researchers expect unprecedented insights into galaxies from the study of a mysterious energy force. By Jonathan O’Callaghan A powerful new European space telescope will bring...

What can the current EU AI approach do to overcome the challenges at its core

In the 1970s, as researchers started to grasp the intricacies of genetics, they were inevitably faced with the ethical implications of intentionally altering genes...

Israel’s Ro’im Rachok: A Positive Example of Neurodiversity for other World Militaries?

Ro’im Rachok (translated as “looking ahead”), an Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) program that recruits individuals on the Autism Spectrum, is one of the more...

Vineyards of the future will produce more than wine

Europe is seeking to use emissions and residues from winemaking for new products ranging from animal feed to antibiotic alternatives. By Alex Whiting In Palmela, a...

Humans’ family tree revealed by ancient proteins

Humankind’s genetic links to long-extinct relatives are being mapped in a rapidly expanding research field called palaeoproteomics. By Michael Allen They are a fixture of almost...

Buzzing insights: tracking bees with robotic flowers and hive sensors

EU researchers are turning to the world’s top pollinator in an attempt to reverse biodiversity loss and help fruit growers. By Anthony King Think of wildlife...

Meteors help answer riddles about water

Minerals in ancient meteorites offer insights into the origin of almost three-quarters of the Earth’s surface. By Michael Allen Dr Alice Stephant, an astrophysicist, is helping...

The race is on for a new internet

Europe is pushing to create a network infrastructure based on quantum physics. By Jonathan O’Callaghan In May 2023, Dr Benjamin Lanyon at the University of Innsbruck...

Artificial Intelligence and Advances in Civil Engineering

As an emerging technology, Artificial Intelligence is widely used in various sectors. As an important field of basic engineering, civil engineering has also begun...

Science, Philosophy and Truth: Are We Prepared For “Covid II”?

"The enemy is the unphilosophical spirit which knows nothing and wants to know nothing of truth."-Karl Jaspers, Reason and Anti-Reason in our Time (1971) The...

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China’s energy transition inspiring European investments

With China's two sessions coming soon, detailed figures about...

India-Maldives Relations undergoing a diplomatic quagmire: The Impact of President Muizzu

Indian relations with the Maldives nosedived after President Muizzu...

Navigating Diplomatic Waters: Australia’s Evolving Stance on the Israel-Palestine Conflict

The resurgence of the Israel-Palestine conflict undoubtedly impacts the...

Azerbaijan Explores New Frontiers in its Foreign Policy Landscape

Following the presidential elections in Azerbaijan, its re-elected President...

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