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Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth
Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth
09 December 2021

Q&A: On Nobel Prize-quality discoveries, scientific breakthroughs and unicorns

EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel emphasises the incredible advancements made by scientists.
14 January 2022

Empowering Europe's youth to thrive in a post-pandemic world

To mark the 2022 European Year of Youth, Horizon's putting the focus on young people.
Schools provide students with a refuge from family dramas, routine, activities, and sense of community. The closure of schools during lockdown disrupted or ended these supports. © Halfpoint, Shutterstock

The Covid generation: the effects of the pandemic on youth mental health

Building a molecular machine is a job for elite chemists but the basic tricks of the trade are easy enough to grasp. Image credit - Lenny Kuhne / Unsplash

How chemists are building molecular assembly lines

By triggering original fear memories, a researcher hopes to weaken them to help treat phobias. Image credit - Islander Images/Unsplash

Triggering original fear memories could treat phobias and PTSD

The need to reliably store biological materials such as cells or tissue is a common concern for scientific research. Image credit - SozvezdieL, licensed under CC BY 4.0

Antifreeze fish inspire new cryoprotectants for human cells and tissues

January marks the start of 12 months dedicated to special initiatives and activities aimed at giving young people more and better opportunities for the future. © AlessandroBiascioli, Shutterstock

Empowering Europe's youth to thrive in a post-pandemic world