Tag: Luisa Antunes

What if biosensors could help treat rare diseases? [Science and Technology Podcast]

EU collaborative models to tackle childhood cancer

BLOG 8 months ago

Towards a new EU pharmaceutical strategy: insights from the science and policy of antimicrobial resistance

Tackling antimicrobial resistance: From science to pharmaceuticals policy

PUBLICATIONS 9 months ago

STOA Delegation to Science City Hamburg

What if increased energy storage could help fix climate change? [Science and Technology Podcast]

Towards a new EU pharmaceutical strategy [Science and Technology Podcast]

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

BLOG, Events 1 year ago

Achieving full digital language equality in a multilingual European Union

BLOG 1 year ago

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

What if everyone spoke the same language? [Science and Technology Podcast]

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

BLOG 1 year ago

Do we need a public European medicines infrastructure?

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

BLOG, Events 1 year ago

Mitigating the risks of genome editing in humans

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

What if we built cities on water? [Science and Technology podcast]

The future of pandemics: Preparing for health shocks in the 21st century

Future Shocks 2022: Responding better to future pandemics

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

Ethical issues in the Covid-19 pandemic: Digital health applications

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