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How much sun is good for our health?How much sun is good for our health?

panish researchers have estimated the duration of solar radiation exposure required in order to obtain the recommended doses of vitamin D. While in spring and summer 10 to 20 minutes in the sun are enough, in the winter months almost two hours would be needed, therefore for the vast majority of the population it is difficult to achieve the optimal values. Leer ms

How brain regulates hunger and satietyFull4Health

How brain regulates hunger and satiety

Physiological, psychological and behavioural responses to food choices, and our dietary preferences, change as we develop and age. This is a critical issue in the battle against the food intake-related chronic diseases of overconsumption in the general population and undernutrition in the elderly and chronically sick patients. Leer ms

How competitive is your region? How competitive is your region?

The Commission has published the third edition of the Regional Competitiveness Index for 263 EU regions, a study that provides useful insights for regions to boost their economic performance. Leer ms

Finding the fun in mathsFinding the fun in maths

New work by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich researchers on students emotional attitudes to mathematics confirms that positive emotions and success at learning in math mutually reinforce each other. Leer ms

Are girls really better at reading than boys?Are girls really better at reading than boys?

In reading tests at school, girls tend to be ahead of boys, in all age groups and in all countries. But in young adults, there is suddenly no longer any difference between mens and womens reading skills. Why is that? Could the answer be in the way the tests are designed?  Leer ms

How much are you worth to Facebook? How much are you worth to Facebook?

It is a well-known fact that Facebook is more than a social media channel. Each year, the company makes about 4 billion dollars in advertising revenues. What people advertising on Facebook did not know until now, however, is how much profit their own activity actually generates. Leer ms

How much are you worth to Facebook?

It is a well-known fact that Facebook is more than a social media channel. Each year, the company makes about 4 billion dollars in advertising revenues. What people advertising on Facebook did not know until now, however, is how much profit their own activity actually generates. Leer ms

What are the current rules governing movements of cash in and out of the European Union?What are the current rules governing movements of cash in and out of the European Union?

Current rules on the movement of cash in and out of the EU, known as the Cash Controls Regulation, apply since 2007 and are an integral part of the EUs Anti Money Laundering (AML) and Terrorist Financing (TF) framework. Leer ms

The importance of educating children in emergency situationsThe importance of educating children in emergency situations

Some 462 million children live in countries affected by war or national disasters and about 75 million of them need educational support. The EU and Unicef launched the Emergency Lessons campaign this year to highlight the importance of education for children affected by emergencies. On 6 December children, teachers and volunteers visited the Parliament in Brussels to talk about their experiences. Leer ms

"MOOCs  why (not)? "MOOCs why (not)?

Members of the BizMOOC project team presented the preliminary findings at The European Association of Distance Teaching Universities conference that took place in Rome between 19th and 21st October 2016. Leer ms

Who thinks only attractive women suffer sexual harassment?Who thinks only attractive women suffer sexual harassment?

A few weeks ago Donald Trump described the women who accused him of sexual harassment as "unattractive and horrible". The statements of the controversial political leader are echoed in the results of research from the University of Granada. Scientists claim there are myths that contribute to sexual harassment being seen as something that is brought on by the victim. An incident of harassment is also more likely to be noticed if the victim is attractive.  Leer ms

 How did UK press cover the EU referendum? How did UK press cover the EU referendum?

How was the campaign covered in the British media? Were there more pro-Leave voices in the newspapers or pro-Remain ones? Which topics grabbed the editors attention? The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford and Prime Research carried out an extensive study into the subject and published a report, which was launched at Europe House in London earlier this autumn. Leer ms

 How did UK press cover the EU referendum? How did UK press cover the EU referendum?

How was the campaign covered in the British media? Were there more pro-Leave voices in the newspapers or pro-Remain ones? Which topics grabbed the editors attention? The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford and Prime Research carried out an extensive study into the subject and published a report, which was launched at Europe House in London earlier this autumn. Leer ms

The more you lie, the easier it getsThe more you lie, the easier it gets

New research has shown that the part of the brain that is activated during dishonesty responds less and less to each subsequent lie, providing a new explanation as to how a seemingly innocent white lie can often have the tendency to spiral out of control. Leer ms

Are planets setting the suns pace?Are planets setting the suns pace?

The Suns activity is determined by the Suns magnetic field. Two combined effects are responsible for the latter: The omega and the alpha effect. Exactly where and how the alpha effect originates is currently unknown. Researchers at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) are putting forward a new theory for this in the journal Solar Physics. Their calculations suggest that tidal forces from Venus, the Earth and Jupiter can directly influence the Suns activity. Leer ms

Why human brains hold the key to smarter artificial intelligence?
Why human brains hold the key to smarter artificial intelligence?

Understanding how our brains sustain internal evolution and help us to adapt and learn complex skills such as language could one day lead to smarter robots. Leer ms

Video games improve academic resultsVideo games improve academic results

Video games have had many detractors to the point of considering them as the cause of mental disorders among young people and a source of violence according Clemente Ferrer.  Leer ms

How is the European Parliament organised? How is the European Parliament organised?

MEPs act as the voice of more than 500 million Europeans at the EU level, but how do they work and how do they organise themselves in the European Parliament? Check out our updated infographic for some basic facts about the Parliament. Leer ms

How to apply for a traineeship at the European Parliament?How to apply for a traineeship at the European Parliament?

Traineeships at the Parliament offer a unique chance to launch your career, gain valuable insights into how the EU operates and above all have an unforgettable experience. From 15 August you will have two months to apply for the next round of traineeships. Read on to find out more on the traineeships offered by the Parliament and how to apply for them. Leer ms

How Parliament is helping to keep Europe safe?How Parliament is helping to keep Europe safe?

The migration crisis showed you cant have a Schengen zone of free movement without strong external borders. According to the latest Eurobarometer survey, 71% of Europeans want the EU to do more to protect these borders. Parliament is working on a range of initiatives to beef up those controls. Leer ms

Do think-tanks matter?Do think-tanks matter?

A UBC professor is suggesting government policy makers and advisors need to do a re-think when it comes to giving validity to reports coming across their desks. Leer ms

Climate tipping points: What do they mean for society?Climate tipping points: What do they mean for society?

The phrase "tipping point" passed its own tipping point and caught fire after author Malcolm Gladwells so-named 2000 book. Its now frequently used in discussions about climate change, but what are "climate tipping points"? And what do they mean for society and the economy Leer ms

What defines a great professor?What defines a great professor?

What defines a great professor? A Bologna Professor or a Cool Teacher, as we call him is that great individual passionate about education, the teacher who enlightens young minds, a partner of the students in the educational process. Leer ms

Is Rio ready for Olympic Games?Brasil - Olympic Games

Is Rio ready for Olympic Games?

Theres a pretty big question in Rio that doesnt have an answer just yet. How do the countless Olympic guests expected to stay in the luxury hotels lining the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema get from there to the Olympic Park without being stuck in hours of Rios least popular asset: its traffic? Leer ms

How satisfied are inhabitants of EU capital cities with the air quality and noise levels? How satisfied are inhabitants of EU capital cities with the air quality and noise levels?

"Generally speaking, please tell me if you are very satisfied, rather satisfied, rather unsatisfied or not at all satisfied with the quality of the air and the noise level in your city?" inhabitants of 83 European cities were asked in 2015. Leer ms
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