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Smart Regions tours Europe to show how Cohesion Policy projects are helping people live better lives across the EU
A university hospital in Bulgaria is using robots to help doctors carry out surgery. For this episode of Smart Regions, Euronews goes there to find out more.
Robots treating patients in Bulgaria is 'revolutionary for society' - according to the project coordinator of the medical innovation.
In this episode of Smart Regions, Euronews explores how a new EU project is helping to safeguard cities from floods.
BioComPack-CE, a European Union-supported recycling project, has created prototypes of combined paper and plastic packaging that are biodegradable and compostable. The combinations is usually problematic for recycling.
Preserving heritage and protecting the environment are among the aims of the European Atlas project.
DISARM is the fire-modelling system giving southern European nations a fighting chance against blazes like the one that caused the Mati tragedy in Greece two years ago.
More and more Europeans reported feeling lonely during the COVID-19 lockdown. But loneliness isn't a new problem in Europe. Here's what you need to know:
Smart Regions takes a look at a European project that's providing vital medical and social support to the sick and isolated in Italy’s Aosta and France’s Tarentaise mountain regions.
Smart Regions takes a look at one EU project that's strengthening the epidemiological and virological surveillance of COVID-19 by harnessing patient data from 11 European countries.
Smart Regions takes a look at a European project that is significantly scaling up the production of bio based products.
Smart Regions explores how a specially adapted mobile app is helping the most vulnerable members of a Polish community receive vital support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scientists on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean have enlisted sea turtles to help with vital research into tropical cyclones
A project funded by the European Cohesion Policy is promoting better preservation of and coexistence with the continent's dwindling carnivore populations.
With consumers throwing away perfectly good food that's gone past its sell-by date, it's hoped these these silicon sensors will be able to say for certain whether it's off without even opening the packet.
Thanks to BestMedGrape, a European project that brings together winegrowers, researchers and entrepreneurs from several Mediterranean countries, the waste of grapes after the harvest is being used to produce cosmetics and health products.
Digital SMEs in Ireland have put their know-how to good use helping other companies in the region to advance
A European project is helping to bring new life to degraded land, working to transform and reinvigorate the soil with organic compost and man-made 'technosols'.
Scientists in Lublin, Poland have literally re-built patients bones using this groundbreaking material called FlexiOss
A European Union-funded renewable energy project is helping to build bridges in the Balkans – and saving money at the same time.