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Scientists sniff for hidden methane leaks to combat global warming
The IPCC report last month called for a big effort to reduce methane emissions from industrial sources. Finding them is surprisingly tricky, as we found out when we joined a team sniffing for hidden leaks in the streets of Utrecht.
The Black Sea predators helping local fishing communities thrive
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
Judges stated that scholarly research should not be judged by the courts and overturned the ruling against the book's co-authors.
Facebook shuts down academics researching fake news adverts
A project tracking fake news in Facebook adverts has been put on hold after the social network deleted researchers' accounts.
Germany arrests research assistant on suspicion of spying for Russia
Federal German prosecutors said the suspect worked at a university in Germany and accuse him of meeting three times with Russian intelligence.
The scientific champions of the 2021 European Inventor Award celebrate
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
Scientists at Ghent University are experimenting with insect-based fat as a sustainable alternative.
Is this a lifeline for coral reefs bleached by climate change?
Climate-change resistant coral reefs could help support our oceans.
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
Archaeologists have observed 44,000-year-old paintings appear to be blistering and peeling off the cave walls.
These 'turtle dogs' are sniffing out a threatened species
Furry 4-legged friends are helping conservationists to track down ornate box turtles, whose habitats are quickly disappearing
London's air pollution could be a ticking bomb for children's health
Evidence shows that air pollution leaves children at risk of lifelong breathing disorders and earlier death.
AI must always be designed to benefit humans, says MEP
Spanish MEP Ibán García del Blanco says that artificial intelligence must always have a human-centred design.
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?
Researchers have found that we get far more enjoyment from green products.
New do-it-yourself COVID test kit is music to ears of Czech orchestra
It means it's easier for the orchestra to rehearse together in the run-up to a busy festive season.
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 are using robots to help with the construction of buildings. In this episode of Futuris, Euronews goes to see one of the prototypes in action.
European researchers find new ways to present migrant data
In this episode of Futuris, Euronews finds out how EU researchers are developing migration data to create new opportunities.
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
It turns out we don't like being told what to do.
World’s biggest Arctic expedition brings back 1000 ice samples
It has been in stuck in the Arctic ice for a year.
The new SMART bio-sensor aiming to stop COVID-19
A pan-European team of European researchers is working against the clock to develop a new SMART bio-sensor to detect and ultimately stop COVID-19.