Science has long held that in the food chain, plants support animals. While this may be true on land, the EU-funded MixITiN project has shown that such a system isn’t applicable to our oceans. The project hopes that its findings will help to improve knowledge and thus broader education efforts on marine ecology, allowing citizens to gain a better understanding of the ocean’s great wonders.
To strengthen its research capabilities, the Croatian Geological Survey turned to twinning. Through the EU-funded GeoTwinn project it was paired with two other world-leading research institutions and received personalised training in geoscience research. They now have the internal capacity and skills to investigate geological hazards that will benefit not only Croatians but all EU citizens.
A routine follow-up PET scan of an oncologic patient left Daniel Steinberger, MD, assistant professor and a nuclear radiologist at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, puzzled.
Radiomics — an emerging field in medical imaging — shows promising results in tumor classification in colorectal cancer, new Radiology: Imaging Cancer research shows.
New research demonstrates that screening for the condition can help improve disease management and reduce its impact on the well-being of older people.
Europe’s public spaces tend to favor motor vehicles. But a group of researchers is working to change that by creating liveable, sustainable and safe cities that prioritize people over cars.
A plague of shipworms in 18th century Europe led to environmental disaster and religious fanaticism, but also innovation and the supremacy of Britain’s navy.
A new slippery coating could help reduce the trauma caused when neural devices are surgically implanted into the brain.
New archaeological research highlights the important role that dung-based construction materials played in allowing early humans to adapt to a changing environment.
Researchers have developed a new approach to studying human evolution that uses protein sequences derived from ancient human fossils.
30 years ago, Solvay Brussels School launched its MBA programme – the precursor to today’s Executive MBA (EMBA). To learn how the programme has evolved over the past three decades, we sit down with EMBA Academic Director Bruno Van Pottelsberghe.