May 8, 2023 Tomorrow, the European Cybersecurity Competence Centre, aimed at supporting innovation and industrial policy in cybersecurity as well as developing and coordinating EU cybersecurity projects, will launch … More The European Cybersecurity Competence Centre opens its doors in Bucharest
John Wenzel left college after the bombing of Pearl Harbour and became a pilot, flying 93 missions in Europe before he turned 21.Credit…Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times … More He Bombed the Nazis. 75 Years Later, the Nightmares Began.
April 27, 2023 | Interview By guest authors Kana Enomoto and Nicole Carroll. Nicole Carroll is editor in chief of USA Today. Kana Enomoto is director of brain health and … More McKinsey: The power of caring adults: Nicole Carroll on overcoming childhood trauma
Year-on-year inflation in the OECD, as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI), fell to 7.7 % in March 2023, down from 8.8 % in February 2023 and from the … More OECD inflation falls to 7.7 % in March 2023, as energy inflation continues to drop
Finland’s IQM has set up shop in Singapore, Quanscient has bagged funding to enable complex simulations and SemiQon has turned to silicon to cut the cost of quantum computers. By … More Finnish firms tackle quantum computing from many angles
Welcoming the WHO’s announcement that COVID-19 no longer constitutes a global health emergency, President Ursula von der Leyen made the following statement: “Finally, after more than 3 years, COVID-19 is … More Statement by President von der Leyen on the end of the COVID-19 pandemic