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The invasive veined Rapa whelk has devastated bottom-dwelling populations of the Black Sea. This predator may threaten coastal waters all around Europe whilst also offering valuable employment in countries like Bulgaria, Romania and more.
Cooperation and joint action help to ensure the health of the Black Sea
BlackSea4Fish is a project contributing to the sustainable management of Black Sea fisheries by providing scientific and technical support to the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean. Its project coordinator tells euronews about its groundbreaking studies.
Polish appeals court dismisses complaint against Holocaust book
Facebook shuts down academics researching fake news adverts
Germany arrests research assistant on suspicion of spying for Russia
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Who are this year’s most inspiring innovators from Europe and beyond? Learn more about the researchers that the European Patent Office just honored with European Inventor Award. Discover how their innovations contribute to society, drive economic growth, and improve our daily lives.
A Belgian Waffle but with a crunchy twist - it’s made from insects
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South Korea's 'high security seed vault' is ready for an apocalypse
The vault stores 5,000 different species of wild plants, to ensure they are not lost in extreme events caused by climate change or war.
Climate change is destroying the oldest cave paintings in the world
These 'turtle dogs' are sniffing out a threatened species
London's air pollution could be a ticking bomb for children's health
Why two women spent a year in the Arctic without men
Sunniva Sorby and Hilde Fålun Strøm were making climate history, but then the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
How the world's biggest iceberg could cause an environmental disaster
The frozen behemoth has been drifting through the Antarctic since 2017.
Could buying green gifts bring you a 'warm glow' this festive season?
New do-it-yourself COVID test kit is music to ears of Czech orchestra
Human ‘stuff’ will soon weigh more than all living things on Earth
The mass of human made objects has doubled every 20 years since the beginning of the 20th century.
Innovative use of robots and autonomous systems in construction
European researchers find new ways to present migrant data
Preventing food fraud: Europe's battle against fake spices
Food fraud is a serious issue, including in the spice industry; with ingredients like saffron worth their weight in gold - literally - counterfeit spices needed to be guarded against. Furutis visits the lab in the Netherlands doing just that as part of an EU project.
‘Sir David Attenborough’ ship prepares for first mission to Antarctica
You might otherwise know the advanced polar research vessel as 'Boaty McBoatface'.
People are fed up with ‘eco-friendly tips’, says new climate study
World’s biggest Arctic expedition brings back 1000 ice samples
The new SMART bio-sensor aiming to stop COVID-19
Researchers tap into Iceland's hot springs to hunt down viruses
A ban on cod fishing leaves fishermen worried for their future