EU funded research and innovation strives to reverse biodiversity loss and contribute to nature restoration
From software to detect drugs at borders, to assets that surveil maritime trade, to tools that prevent online trafficking– these EU-funded projects are contributing to the aims of World Drug Day.
By turns admired and reviled, bats are one of the most mysterious mammals alive. Their nocturnal habits and unique adaptations mean that bats' biology still holds many secrets.
The 51 projects recently signed their grant agreements with the European Commission. The projects will begin their research by the end of the year.
9 -12 June the Festival will explore the New European Bauhaus values of beauty, sustainability and togetherness. It will showcase research projects managed by REA, live in Brussels with free admission for the general public as well as online.
The EU is determined to restore our ocean and waters by 2030. On World Ocean Day, learn more about the related Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions policy event and ground-breaking research projects that strive to protect our blue planet.
Interventions like green roofs and waterway restoration can tackle key environmental issues. The EU-funded ReNature project developed a toolkit that helps researchers, planners and other stakeholders identify the best nature-based solutions for them.
European chemicals legislation REACH celebrates 15 years this month!
Deforestation in the Gran Chaco forest in South America can be the end of the world for indigenous people who call it home.
Speech and language skills are unique to modern humans. While this ability evolved over millions of years, it is not possible to trace language in the fossil record because it leaves no direct imprint.