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Boosting competition, strengthening public finances and reforms to education will help to put Hungary on a stronger growth path
CTU has informed EU of free trade agreement labour law breach
Air Cargo Demand Up 18.4% In January
An interview with MK Daily: Korea’s steelmakers must prepare for the EU’s carbon tariffs
Minister to attend Global Fraud Summit
Ultra-processed foods: largest ever review shows many ill effects on health – how to understand the evidence
Demand for computer chips fuelled by AI could reshape global politics and security
Two datopotamab deruxtecan applications validated in the EU for patients with advanced nonsquamous non-small cell lung cancer or HR-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer
EU And Member States Must Sustain Funding To UNRWA
Prosecuting entrepreneur for alleged sanctions violations is against international law and human rights, UN expert warns: Germany
Mounting research shows that COVID-19 leaves its mark on the brain, including with significant drops in IQ scores
Are slushies really bad for young children’s health?
“Self-interested whiners” Toyota push for weak pollution laws disappointing but unsurprising
Poland has opened its arms to nearly 1 million Ukrainian refugees, but will they be able to stay for the long term?
Voydeya recommended for approval in the EU by CHMP as add-on treatment to ravulizumab or eculizumab for adults with PNH who have…
So, you’ve been scammed by a deepfake. What can you do?
Agri Opportunities In Low-carbon Food Export
Sustainable innovation: Intellectual property, technology transfer, and global public goods
Path To Lower Emissions Demands Smarter Grid
Australian passenger vehicle emission rates are 50% higher than the rest of the world – and it’s getting worse
What ‘psychological warfare’ tactics do scammers use, and how can you protect yourself?
Tagrisso with the addition of chemotherapy approved in the US for patients with EGFR-mutated advanced lung cancer
Tagrisso demonstrated overwhelming efficacy benefit for patients with unresectable, Stage III EGFR-mutated lung cancer in LAURA Phase III trial
Australians lose when keeping count of Labor’s broken promises
KI in international collaboration to prevent Alzheimer’s disease
Ross Garnaut and Rod Sims have proposed a $100 billion-a-year fossil fuel tax – and it’s a debate Australia should embrace
Nickel placed on critical minerals list
Electrifying Growth: surge in EV finance as businesses drive adoption
KI in international co-operation to prevent Alzheimer’s disease
Climate Group and partners join forces to push for a renovation revolution in Europe
Can we be inoculated against climate misinformation? Yes – if we prebunk rather than debunk
Australian almond sector set for “year of growth” – Rabobank report
UN Human Rights Chief urges EU leaders to approve key business and human rights legislation
CSL reports strong first half growth with immunoglobulins the highlight
Gaza: Every day, more and more people are on the brink of famine-like conditions
Fuel Efficiency ‘modelling’ from the petrol car lobby is “bullshit”: Greenpeace AP
Optus Retail signs Enforceable Undertaking
Climate Group comments on delay to EU emission standards for trucks vote
‘Picture to burn’: The law probably won’t protect Taylor (or other women) from deepfakes
Labor’s fuel-efficiency standards may settle the ute dispute – but there are still hazards on the road
EU 2040 emissions target welcomed by Climate Group
Ashurst advises Equitix European Infrastructure Fund on the acquisition of Hidrometering, S.L. from Agbar
Sustainable funding sought for National One Stop Shop for clinical trials
Virus ancestry could help predict next pandemic
Zadara Completes IRAP Protected Level Assessment for Australian Federal Government
Farmers warmly welcome better choice of vehicles to Australia
Air Cargo Demand Surges 10.8% in December, Closing 2023 Near 2022 Levels
Step Closer for European Union Free Trade Agreement