Since the beginning of April, Sentinel-1A, the first of a series of Copernicus satellites, has been orbiting in space and making long-range environmental monitoring possible. It is part of ‘Copernicus’, the new European Flagship Programme.
Neuroscience research should develop hand-in-hand with reflections on neuroethics.
Would an Erasmus in Basel still be imaginable, or would he fall foul of the (planned) measures between Switzerland and the European Union?
As World Cancer Day was celebrated on 4 February last, the EU has reasons for concern, but also for hope.
As the revision of the clinical trials Regulation comes close to its end, new priorities are set by the Greek Presidency.
In view of the elections to the European Parliament on 25 May, Europeinfos is conducting a series of interviews to illuminate the role and mission of Members of the European Parliament.
There were strong reasons for the EU not to miss the opportunity to take a step forward with regard to funding stem cell research.
Surrogate motherhood is an emergent ethical and legal issue at both international and EU levels.
European Court of Human Rights
A new ruling could pave the way to a European right to assisted suicide for all.
European Group on Ethics
Does Europe need an Ethical Framework for Assessing Research, Production and Use of Energy ? Interview with Prof Emmanuel Agius.
Milk and honey await those who invest in nanotechnology. At least, that’s what many seem to believe. But what exactly is nanotechnology and is it all as promising as it sounds?