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Countries
Countries
  Algeria
  Argentina
  Australia
  Austria
  Bangladesh
  Belarus
  Belgium
  Benin
  Bolivia
  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  Brazil
  Bulgaria
  Burkina Faso
  Cambodia
  Cameroon
  Canada
  Cape Verde
  Chile
  China
  Colombia
  Costa Rica
  Croatia
  Cyprus
  Czechia
  Denmark
  Ecuador
  Egypt
  Estonia
  Ethiopia
  Faroe Islands
  Finland
  France
  French Polynesia
  Georgia


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Photo of article Shining the spotlight on gender inequalities in culture

From literature and theatre to social media and sport, an EU project has investigated the production of gender equalities and inequalities in different forms of culture across Europe.

Published: 10 February 2020


Photo of article Oral poetry as an expression of the creativity we all share

Are you creative? It would be surprising if you were not: it is human nature to find new ways of looking at things, even if we are not all gifted in the arts. EU-funded research into oral poetry has concluded that the mechanisms driving verbal creativity are universal - although the novelties it shapes are culturally dependent.

Published: 13 January 2020


Photo of article Guidebook to shape language policy in multilingual Europe

An EU-funded project has transformed cutting-edge research about multilingual societies into a handbook designed to guide MPs, MEPs and civil servants as they shape Europe's future language policies.

Published: 17 December 2019


Photo of article Electronic music plug-in is laying down new beats

An EU-funded project has developed a software tool composers and producers of beat-driven electronic music can use to generate loops of chord sequences. This enables them to create entrancing soundscapes while turning up the volume on Europe's competitiveness in the music production software market.

Published: 17 July 2019


Photo of article A digital infrastructure for humanities research

Arts and humanities researchers can now benefit from an EU-funded European digital infrastructure that has boosted access to resources, toolkits and transnational collaboration.

Published: 29 April 2019


Photo of article Our handwritten past, automatically transcribed

The historical documents lovingly preserved in the world's archives still have a lot to tell us - and unlocking the secrets of the handwritten ones has recently become easier. EU-funded researchers have made innovative automated transcription and indexing technology freely available, boosting Europe's research capabilities.

Published: 30 January 2019


Photo of article Virtual research environment empowers scientists

Researchers across south-east Europe and the eastern Mediterranean are benefitting from a powerful new e-infrastructure developed in an EU-funded project, which enables diverse scientific communities to conduct groundbreaking cross-border research spanning climatology, life sciences and cultural heritage.

Published: 30 January 2019


Photo of article Southeast Asian integration, changing tides

Researchers studied Southeast Asian integration processes at national and regional levels in the hope of better understanding the dynamics of difference and, with that, new pathways to inclusion in various social, historical, ethno-cultural, political and geographical contexts. The conclusion: Europe has a lot to offer (and gain from) Southeast Asia in terms experience and lessons learned on social integration and diversity.

Published: 29 January 2019


Photo of article Seeking the seeds of tolerance in religious strife

Disinterested scholarship was able to unfold once rival religious denominations' rules and positions had been established in the 16th and 17th centuries, according to EU-funded research. Such scholarship, in turn, helped to generate greater religious tolerance - a mechanism that could inform ways to improve acceptance of diversity.

Published: 4 January 2019


Photo of article Uncovering new information on the rise of the dinosaurs

By conducting field-work and re-examining museum collections, the EU-funded ARCHOSAUR RISE project has shed new light on how archosaurs and such relatives as the dinosaurs diversified and rose to dominance.

Published: 5 December 2018



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