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What better way to beat the heat than eat ice cream. If climate trends continue, more people will be eating ice cream, with extreme summers becoming more frequent.(Photo : Lady
Dec 10th 2014
The European World
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As the EU Member States and the European Commission are hard at work reviewing the European Research Area (ERA) policy and defining a new ‘ERA Roadmap’, it’s time to take
Dec 8th 2014
The European World
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BRUSSELS—Anne Glover’s mandate as chief scientific adviser (CSA) to the president of the European Commission ended last month, when the entire commission left office—and it is still unclear how and
Dec 7th 2014
The European World
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The skull of a man who lived between 36,200 and 38,700 years ago in Kostenki in western Russia.Credit: Peter the Great Museum There is a surprising genetic unity between the
Dec 6th 2014
The European World
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Yesterday was a moment of celebration for European science. Although the precise fate of the Philae probe remains unclear, the remarkable achievements of the Rosetta mission reflect the noblest ideals
Dec 6th 2014
The European World
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Anne Glover Credit Courtesy Friends of Europe Since 2012, the distinguished Scottish biologist Anne Glover has served as chief scientific adviser to the President of the European Commission. When José Manuel
Dec 5th 2014
The European World
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Anne Glover Credit Courtesy Friends of Europe Since 2012, the distinguished Scottish biologist Anne Glover has served as chief scientific adviser to the President of the European Commission. When José Manuel
Dec 5th 2014
The European World
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Source: Callie Jones It appears the European Commission and its new President Jean-Claude Juncker may do without independent advice on scientific matters. Juncker has decided, thus far, not to extend
Dec 5th 2014
The European World
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Meyrin, Switzerland The most striking piece of art at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN, is a mural that wraps around one of the main control buildings. Using
Dec 4th 2014
The European World
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Modern Europeans have genetic ties that bind them together much further back in time than once thought, scientists report after analyzing a prehistoric Russian man’s DNA. Scraps of DNA harvested
Dec 2nd 2014