Today the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has implemented two further extra transparency measures for COVID-19 medicines, by publishing both the clinical data in support of the authorisation of Veklury (remdesivir) and information on the COVID-19 treatments and vaccines that have received scientific advice or informal guidance from EMA’s pandemic Task Force (COVID-ETF).
The European Researchers’ Night aims to bring researchers closer to the general public and to increase awareness of research and innovation activities, with a view to supporting the public recognition of researchers, creating an understanding of the impact of researchers’ work on citizen’s daily life, and encouraging young people to embark on research careers.
Halloween is almost upon us and although this year’s celebrations will need to be small gatherings, it’s still a great time to learn about European cultures, traditions, frightening places and haunted castles. Here we explore some of Europe’s top Halloween destinations and how we can still celebrate the scariest night of the year.
Paris saw near-record levels of traffic on its roads as the start of France’s second national lockdown loomed.
In the current environment of risks clearly tilted to the downside, the Governing Council will carefully assess the incoming information, including the dynamics of the pandemic, prospects for a rollout of vaccines and developments in the exchange rate.
Euro area net saving decreased to €625 billion in four quarters to second quarter of 2020, from €775 billion one quarter earlier. The household debt-to-income ratio increased to 94.9% in second quarter of 2020, from 93.4% one year earlier. Non-financial corporations’ debt-to-GDP ratio (consolidated measure) increased to 83.3% in second quarter of 2020, from 78.7% […]
This morning, the Commission has published its Inception Impact Assessments on four central pieces of European climate legislation, due to be adopted in June 2021 to implement the 2030 Climate Target Plan.
The European Commission granted aid worth €56.7 million from the EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF) to Spain following the extreme weather conditions DANA (Depresión Aislada en Niveles Altos) resulting in floods in the regions of Valencia, Murcia, Castilla-La Mancha and Andalucia in September 2019.
The General Court was right in considering that those measures did not constitute State aid as they did not entail the use of State resources and were not imputable to the State.
That refusal is not contrary to EU law if it is objectively justified by a legitimate aim relating to maintaining treatment capacity or medical competence and is an appropriate and necessary means of achieving that aim