The President of the European Commission, Ursula van der Leyen, told MEPs on 8 June that a radical reform of the electricity market was needed. For her, “the electricity market
Two German studies published on 27 July in JAMA Cardiology have increased concerns about the potential negative impacts of COVID-19 on the heart, even in patients without underlying heart conditions.
We echoed the need to revise the European regulations on GMOs after the judgment of July 25, 2018 of the Court of Justice of the European Union ruling that all
Traumatic experiences suffered by young refugees puts them at increased risk of mental illness, according to a new paper published on 11 May in EClinicalMedicine (1). Even years after, experiences
The first case of multiple sclerosis (MS) was documented in 1421, followed by the first pictorial representations of MS in the 1830s. Despite its long history, the autoimmune disease remains
On Monday, the German Ethics Council made public a 230-page report discussing their current position on human genome manipulation and in particular, germline editing. According to the press release published
Scientists have discovered why coffee seems to be good for the heart and said that caffeine intake equivalent to drinking four cups of coffee a day could lead to improved
After 18 months of negotiations, the European Union finalised new climate targets on Wednesday. In addition to increasing the share of renewable energy to 32% by 2030, the bloc agreed
Scientists at Ruhr University Bochum in Germany have developed a new blood test for Alzheimer’s disease that is capable of detecting early indicators well before patients begin to exhibit symptoms.
The world invested nearly twice as much in renewable energy production in 2017 than in coal and gas generation capacity, according to a new United Nations report. Data show that