Latest European Science Foundation Stories
Polar research must become an integral part of the European Unionâ€™s research activities if Europe is to benefit from the dramatically changing face of the Polar Regions, the European Polar Board (EPB) said today at the launch of its strategic position paper on European polar research: â€œRelevance, Strategic Context and Setting Future Directions.â€
Europe needs an Institute of Industrial Mathematics to tighten the link between maths and industry as an enabler of innovation â€“ putting maths at the heart of Europe's innovation.
Reduced male fertility may be making it even harder for couples to conceive and be contributing to low birth rates in many countries.
TECHBREAK is a new foresight initiative led by the European Science Foundation to identify the technology areas that could benefit the space sector.
A Europe-wide network of labs focusing on RNA research is needed to make the most of RNA's high potential for treating a wide range of diseases.
More than 100 marine scientists, policy makers and members of industry unanimously call for action towards an integrated network of observatories monitoring Europe's seas, at the Marine Board-ESF Forum 'Towards a European Network of Marine Observatories'.
A new European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity will be presented by the European Science Foundation at the World Conference on Research Integrity.
Food from fisheries, trade and transport through shipping, income from tourism and recreation â€“ we rely on our seas.
European Science Foundation presents ocean acidification report at EU Maritime Day 2010.
Shell beads newly unearthed from four sites in Morocco confirm early humans were consistently wearing and potentially trading symbolic jewelry as early as 80,000 years ago.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.