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#YouthUp Gala

European Youth Capitals (EYCs) call local leaders to prioritise youth participation

Mayors and city representatives of the European Youth Capitals (EYCs) have issued a call for local leaders across Europe to join them in prioritising youth participation. The network of cities issued the call at the inaugural #YouthUp Gala, the biggest gathering of European young leaders, hosted tonight (April 20th) by the European Youth Forum and the Committee of Regions in Brussels. Leer ms
Who are you on social media?

New research found users often adopt different personas unique to each social network

The majority of adults on the internet have more than one social networking profile on sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Although the core purpose of these sites are similar -- to digitally connect with peers and loved ones -- new research found users often adopt different personas unique to each social network. Leer ms
With a team of 60 people

Facebook working on a technology on how to read your mind

Social network says its assembled a team to build technology that allows you to think commands at your smartphone. According to Facebook its developing technology to read your brainwaves so that you dont have to look down at your phone to type emails, you can just think them. Leer ms
Central European University (CEU),

Hungarys president to shut down a university started by the liberal philanthropist George Soros

Hungarys Prime Minister Viktor Orban is gambling that a new law targeting a top Budapest university will help shore up his core support ahead of next years election, but the scale of protests it has prompted suggests he may have gone too far this time. Thousands of people marched through Budapest again last week, in the latest in a series of big rallies against the Hungarian prime minister. Leer ms
OECD PISA assessment

Most teenagers happy with their lives but schoolwork anxiety and bullying an issue

Teenagers who feel part of a school community and enjoy good relations with their parents and teachers are more likely to perform better academically and be happier with their lives, according to the first OECD PISA assessment of students well-being. Leer ms


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Is wood a sustainable resource? Is wood a sustainable resource?

Forests cover approximately a third of Europes land area 215 million hectares and have ecological, economic and social functions. Healthy forests are important areas of biodiversity, and they capture and store carbon dioxide (CO2), which mitigates climate change.
Professor Nicola Spaldin: "Discussions with my research group are always very stimulating" Professor Nicola Spaldin: "Discussions with my research group are always very stimulating"

The ubiquitous electronic devices that make our lives easier (cellphones, GPS, computers) all contain two types of components, which either store or deliver information in the electronic circuits. Should new components be able to do both store and process, two-in-one they would allow for a new generation of technologies that are lighter, smaller and more energy-efficient. Professor Nicola A. Spaldin has conceived and developed a new class of "two-in-one" materials, called multiferroics.
Libros
​​​​​​​Alvin Roth: "Who Gets What ― and Why" ​​​​​​​Alvin Roth: "Who Gets What ― and Why"

Nobel laureate reveals the often surprising rules that govern a vast array of activities both mundane and life-changing in which money may play little or no role.
 POLICIES Extend +  
How Parliament is addressing the terrorism threat
Study reveals how Mexico can benefit from the digital economy
EU leaders set objectives for 2017
 INCLUSION POLICIES Extend +  
Sanctions against Polish MEP who offended women during a plenary debate
Mali: UN strongly condemns ambush that leaves five blue helmets killed
Far-right candidate concedes in Austrian presidential race
 R+D Extend +  
Researchers use brain scans to predict peoples dreams
Innovative scooter renting service now powered by a EU project
Star in closest orbit ever seen around black hole
 EMPLOYMENT Extend +  
Euro area job vacancy rate at 1.7%
OECD unemployment rate down to 6.1%
Monthly minimum wages below 500 in east and well above 1000 in northwest
 ECONOMICS Extend +  
House prices up by 4.1% in the euro area
Teacher encouragement has greatest influence on less advantaged children
EUR 1 billion mark reached as the EU steps up support for micro-entrepreneurs
 CULTURE Extend +  
Europes first underwater sculpture museum
Discover this years European cultural capitals
74th Annual Golden Globe Awards chose its big winners in film and television
 GREEN STRATEGIES Extend +  
The UK gets its first forecourt hydrogen refuelling station
The European Commission gives green-light to Germanys green cars infrastructure
Europe tackles growing aviation emissions
 HEALTH Extend +  
Salty diet makes you hungry, not thirsty
Scientists uncover why hair turns gray
Study shows real-world massage is effective treatment for low back pain
 SOCIETY AND CONSUMER Extend +  
Eye expression can accurately tell what others are feeling, scientists find
Astronauts glasses helps people with disabilities
Commission and consumer protection authorities act on misleading travel booking websites
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How contact sports affect mind, body and soul
Registration for European Universities Championships 2017 opens
Runners brains may be more connected, research shows
 EDUCATION Extend +  
European Youth Capitals (EYCs) call local leaders to prioritise youth participation
High-fat diet can postpones brain aging, study finds
MEPs discuss how to put an end to child marrige
 GRANTS & INTERNSHIPS Extend +  
Traineeships at the Parliament: new application period starting
Business investment rate stable at 21.6% in the euro area and 21.9% in the EU28
GoEuro reward young talent with an internship in Berlin
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1 Commission and consumer protection authorities act on misleading travel booking websites
2 Fruits and vegetables lower blood pressure
3 Commission outlines priority actions in protecting all children in migration
4 EUA launches European-wide debate on university autonomy
5 Salty diet makes you hungry, not thirsty
6 Hungarys president to shut down a university started by the liberal philanthropist George Soros
7 Study reveals benefits of Pokmon GO in relation between parents and kids
8 New smart system to reduce queues at roundabouts
9 Elderly people who choose the wrong shoes have a lower quality of life
10 Commission and consumer protection authorities act on misleading travel booking websites
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