The gene-editing tool CRISPR could help farmers overcome the challenges of malnutrition. But European legislation has closed the door to that technology.
Labour-saving advances usually increase both jobs and wages, but the unequal path of change can cause major friction.
How do you keep the skies from becoming a giant, noisy, dangerous cloud of drones? Manufacturers and regulators are working on the answers.
How can European countries become leaders of innovation? Two experts discuss the continent’s weaknesses and possibilities.
Genetic engineering is developing on human embryos, raising both hopes and ethical concerns.
Births are falling across the continent – although not in France. Why do women working in tech have fewer kids? And why are there more premature births?
Physician, businessman and writer, France’s Laurent Alexandre brings a range of perspectives to the challenges posed by such new technologies as artificial intelligence.
Europe’s new regulations protect user data. But they may also block information-sharing that affects health and safety.
Faced with growing challenges, Europe can rely on its scientists to ensure its future competitiveness.
A new technophile President and the inauguration of the giant Station F incubator are providing France with the visibility it needs.
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