EU-backed researchers perform extensive experiment to shed light on inequality in the workplace.
EU-backed scientists identify COVID-19 proteins that trigger strokes and heart attacks.
Leading academic journal ‘Nature’ publishes its annual list of 10 people who positively or negatively impacted science.
EU-backed scientists now know how certain proteins could potentially damage the body’s own cells.
Science investigates the battle of the brains.
Science has an explanation for why the holiday season smells so good.
Humanoid robot becomes first to perform poetry in public.
EU-backed project delivers fact sheets on the state of play of natural capital accounting (NCA) in 10 European countries.
EU-funded researchers used computer simulation to study the properties of active glassy systems and how they behave under strain.
Scientists create robots that can reproduce on their own.
EU-backed scientists have successfully printed in 3D tiny gas sensors that mimic colour change mechanisms seen on peacocks. The sensors respond optically to traces of gas in homes, work settings and cars.
Mechanical tool use and language skills are linked to the same brain region, says new study.
Researchers looked into short, long and no deadlines to see which one works best.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to invest in European talent over the next 5 years to help create his vision of an online world.
Do ordinary citizens believe claims made online about social media and its effects on teen mental health? EU-backed researchers conducted a survey to find out and to see how willing people are to fact-check.
New research has revealed that moments of silence interspersed in music trigger similar brain activity as when we imagine a song, giving us better insight into the brain mechanism of sensory prediction.
According to an EU-funded study, unlike previously believed, the first Homo sapiens settled in the Iberian hinterland in one of the coldest periods of the last ice age, around 26 000 years ago.
Our brains have a fingerprint that is uniquely ours.
A UK university is looking for volunteers to find planets beyond our solar system.
Dinosaur has a warning for world leaders.