From microscopic pollen to cornfields by a glacier, Horizon’s latest gallery brings together the finalists of a bioeconomy photo contest.
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They key is to monitor people’s personal clocks.
Researchers are exploring new ways to give up tobacco.
Refuelling stations linked up.
The UN’s Quito Declaration puts citizens at the heart of city planning.
Prof. Kristin Teßmar-Raible is studying how the lunar clock affects bristle worms and what that could mean for us.
Research and innovation can generate the knowledge and solutions to tackle urgent international problems like the Ebola outbreak or the refugee crisis.