Overuse of antibiotics has made Europe’s hospitals danger zones for patients, but the fightback against this deadly risk is being led by COPMA and a team of Italian researchers which has developed ‘PCHS®’.
Wire Taps on Your Apps? ePrivacy and Security: Striking a Balance
Does the ePrivacy Regulation set a high standard for the confidentiality of electronic communications, or is it a far-reaching expansion of government surveillance authority?
Health Intelligence – Europe’s Anti-Microbial Crisis Failure
The European Commission estimates that the European Union suffers a financial loss of around 1.5 billion euros a year because of AMR related healthcare costs and productivity losses.
Business Intelligence – In the footsteps of Galileo
In the footsteps of Galileo. The business of patents, science and technology was showcased here in Venice at the annual European Inventor Award, hosted by the European Patent Office.
Atatürk’s Vision, Turkey’s Decision
Turkey’s President Erdogan must see hypocrisy when Europe is at the table. Europe is begging Turkey for help with the migration crisis, speaking of values, but outsourcing its conscience to Turkey.
Propaganda & The Prowling Bear
How can the EU fight back against Russian propaganda at a time when populists are gaining ground and politicians such as Orbán, Farage, Le Pen – and now Donald Trump – are making overtures to Putin?