Author: Scientific Foresight (STOA)

What if a ‘Trojan horse’ strategy could help address antimicrobial resistance? [Science and Technology Podcast]

Achieving full digital language equality in a multilingual European Union

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STOA releases its second series of podcasts on artificial intelligence, in partnership with the OECD Global Parliamentary Network

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Towards a public European health infrastructure: ‘A revolution is needed in the EU pharma ecosystem’

What if AI could make the agri-food sector more resilient? [Science and Technology podcast]

What if microbial protein could help reverse climate change? [Science and Technology podcast]

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STOA delegation to the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission in Seville

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STOA study on auditing the quality of datasets used in algorithmic decision-making systems

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STOA study on the ethical and societal challenges of the approaching technological storm

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Do we need a public European medicines infrastructure?

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The New European Bauhaus: the way forward

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STOA study on data governance through a data justice perspective

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STOA study examines internet fragmentation in the context of EU policy

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The use of animals for scientific research in Europe

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The European Science-Media Hub summer school: science journalism and complex topics

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ESMH Science-Media Days: engaging with science journalists in the EU Member States and promoting scientific evidence

What if we sequenced all human genomes? [Science and Technology podcast]

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STOA Delegation to the ELLIS Unit in Milan

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Mitigating the risks of genome editing in humans

Genome editing in humans: A survey of law, regulation and governance principles

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