This issue of Horizon looks at the research and technology that is helping Europe generate more energy while emitting less greenhouse gas.
With more and more EU citizens living in cities, Horizon finds out how science has the potential to transform life in Europe’s crowded urban areas.
As Europeans head to the beaches for their summer holidays, Horizon takes a look at the science of the Mediterranean.
Robots steer plants to grow in pre-programmed forms.
Insulin resistance links the two diseases.
Wireless systems can pinpoint high-risk patients.
Railway networks, power stations and telephone grids are constantly being targeted, says Georg Peter.
A partnership between ministries of education and companies is increasing collaboration between schools and industry, says Marc Durando.
Research and innovation can generate the knowledge and solutions to tackle urgent international problems like the Ebola outbreak or the refugee crisis.