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I think that there is a separation in 2 generations: one generation, especially my generation, I think we are so self-driven, where the global economy doesn't matter to us. We will raise money on our own. We will figure out a way to fund it through crownfunding, or figure out a way to do it by ourselves. Whereas I think the former generation is a little too allying on the system itself. And maybe one way to actually get out of it is just break through the system and don't really worry about it. [read more]
The latest edition of the JRC Newsletter has been published and can be downloaded here. This issue features an editorial by Dainius Pavalkis, Lithuanian Minister of Education and Science. The cover story provides an insight on the JRC’s assessment of CO₂ emissions and fluctuations of food crop prices resulting from biofuels production. [read more]
As a research assistant in the past, I see research and innovation like they create new perspectives and they create new lenses for the unseen, that is not discovered yet, and also for the traditional things that have been kept going on the same way. So I think they create new lenses. [read more]
Europe's Water Framework Directive states that water is a heritage we must protect and defend. The potential threat of water contamination and the spread of waterborne diseases are becoming more serious than ever before. This is the result of a number of factors, including the increase in population, globalisation and the movement of more people across borders and between continents, and the effects of global warming. [read more]
95. CATRENE PASTEUR
An innovation based on sensors aims to fix the problem of food waste Sensor technology could help both consumers and the food industry reduce unnecessary waste, benefitting the environment and creating cost efficiencies. The PASTEUR research project is a case in point. [read more]
Source: EUREKA Success stories
Horizon 2020, the EU's €70.2 billion framework programme for research and innovation in 2014-2020, was approved by MEPs. [read more]
Source: EU News - Science and Technology
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the JRC's Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU), located in Karlsruhe (Germany). The JRC welcomed for the celebration high-level guests representing politics, industry, science and research at international, European, national and regional levels. [read more]
In "Voices of Oxford" Dr Peteris Zilgalvis, European Union Visiting Fellow at St Antony's College (University of Oxford) talks to Denis Noble about how the EU is very active in the area of eHealth, to help empower the citizen and put the management of health in their hands. He goes on to explain that this will also give a clearer vision of how to take better care of your own health. [read more]
What's wrong with Europe? I think that…Small-mindedness! And again opportunity lack of hope for opportunity. I think that many young people, with traditional small-minded thinking, they don't have access to opportunity. Coming from America too, there's an emphasis on opportunity for everyone, so, I come with this: everything will work out and I think what I found in Europe is: nothing will work out and I think that's a problem for Europe and that, for anything to change and for progress and for anything to move, and I think moving towards a happier society .. [read more]