Professor Paolo Vineis of Imperial College London, and a researcher in the STOP project, recently co-authored* an article in Frontiers in Genetics (www.frontiersin.org | 1 [...]
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Our world is rapidly changing. Major challenges like ageing populations and climate change require ground-breaking approaches – and these can only be delivered through meaningful [...]
Major cities are increasingly introducing urban vehicle access regulations, including for example bans on diesel vehicles, in order to tackle air quality and congestion issues. For [...]
The STOP project, in collaboration with EIT Health and EIT Food, has launched a call for industry-led projects aimed at developing innovations that have the [...]
Svetlana Ivanova We’d like to extend a warm welcome to the three new members of ISINNOVA’s team. Giorgia Galvini Svetlana Ivanova [...]
Riding the green wave of the #FridaysForFuture, Francesca Pietroni of ISINNOVA was invited on Sunday, 17 March to talk about the HANDSHAKE project during the [...]
(republished from the CIVITAS site) The CIVITAS PORTIS cities Antwerp (Belgium), Aberdeen (UK), Constanta (Romania) and Klaipeda (Lithuania), recently took part in an exchange visit [...]
How can we create a roadmap towards a more sustainable future, one that is both inclusive and effective? And what kinds of changes, that is, [...]
On 14 March 2019, ENABLE.EU held its first policy workshop on “Governing the Energy Transition in Europe: The Way towards 2030 and 2050” at the [...]
The newly launched BIA Obesity website will showcase information related to healthy food and food choice environments, as part of the STOP project. It will [...]