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November 1, 2022|

An electronic skin which can learn from feeling ‘pain’ could help create a new generation of smart robots with human-like sensitivity. A team of engineers from the University of Glasgow developed the artificial skin with a new type of processing system based on ‘synaptic transistors, which mimics the brain’s neural [...]

Ecological and Health dimensions of Coronavirus Pandemic : The urgent need for a Precautionary Principle and “One Health ” approach

May 29, 2020|

By Prof. Dr.Polyxeni Nicolopoulou Stamati MD. PhD.* No one can deny that  Coronavirus  Pandemic appeared in an impaired environment we are all living in, and we are experiencing its consequences. Biodiversity loss, intensive agriculture using immense bulk amounts of pesticides, wildfires, deforestation, and global warming that has brought [...]

Clean energy in the Gulf region – a paradigm shift

April 10, 2020|

By Olga Babakina Infrastructure and pension funds are increasingly targeting renewable energy assets. Renewable energy investments share many of the same characteristics of other regulated infrastructure projects with steady income streams and high barriers to entry. A number of clean energy deals will be coming on stream in [...]

Dr. Avgerinopoulou’s participation at the Natural Capital Week in Madrid, Spain Initiative to Establish a Greek Partnership for Business and Biodiversity

November 7, 2019|

Dr. Theodora-Dionysia Avgerinopoulou, Chair of the Environment Committee of the Hellenic Parliament, Director of the European Institute of Law, Science & Technology and Member of the Environment and Energy Commission of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and ICC Greece participates at the Natural Capital Week that takes place from [...]

Dr. I.L. Feitshans, C. Zeybek Unsal PhD(c), Looking Backward to Look Forward:  Sustaining Biomedical Protections for Human Rights Under International Law in the Era of Genetic Engineering and Nanotechnologies

June 22, 2018|

Prepared for the Conference        “20 YEARS AFTER: THE OVIEDO CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS & BIOMEDICINE” Dr. Ilise L  Feitshans  JD and ScM and DIR Fellow in Nanotechnology Law for the European Scientific Institute, France Legal Advisor for the Greek National Platform on Nanomedicine Executive Director The Work Health and Survival [...]

First Edition of Global Health Impacts of Nanotechnology Law now in the hands of Saferano students

June 11, 2018|

European Scientific Institute (ESI) in Archamps, France experienced a big surprise during their 10 day-course about the different issues of nanotechnology in May 2018. Coming from across various disciplines like pharmacy, bioethics, chemistry law and physics the students soon realized the importance of law in relation to nanotechnology. Thus they were delighted [...]