Tag: STOA

What if we killed all microorganisms in our bodies? [Science and Technology podcast]

Coping with the pandemic: Psychosocial consequences of the corona crisis

What if xenotransplantation was the answer to the donor organ shortage? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 1 year ago

The road to EU sovereignty in critical technologies

BLOG, Events 1 year ago

STOA Annual Lecture 2021: How Europe can lead the way to human-centric innovation in distributed technologies

BLOG 1 year ago

New regulatory framework for medical devices made of substances

BLOG 1 year ago

Defending academic freedom in Europe: Call for action

What if novel drug delivery methods revolutionised medicine? [Science and Technology podcast]

What if the internet failed? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 1 year ago

The cost of alternative crop protection practices

What if deepfakes made us doubt everything we see and hear? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 1 year ago

New STOA study on deepfakes and European policy

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

STOA meets its International Advisory Board to discuss the Artificial Intelligence Act

What if we chose new metaphors for artificial intelligence? [Science and Technology podcast]

BLOG 2 years ago

New STOA study ‘Carbon-free steel: Cost reduction options and usage of existing gas infrastructure’

BLOG 2 years ago

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

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

Prioritising ethical principles in the governance of disruptive technologies

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

How EU policies can improve healthcare across Europe

BLOG, Events 2 years ago

Principled governance of online platforms to safeguard social and labour rights

What if consumers could use devices to sequence DNA? [Science and Technology podcast]

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