Language technologies offer many handy services, such as instant translation. However, speakers of smaller languages could be missing out. MEP Jill Evans believes the EU could help.
To highlight the importance and diversity of European culture, the Parliament will hold a conference on 26 June called “Cultural heritage in Europe: linking past and future”.
Parliament committees will this week hold a public hearing with Facebook and debate whether EU values are being respected in Hungary. A conference on cultural heritage will also take place.
Every year 25,000 people die in the EU from infections caused by superbugs. With resistance to antibiotics growing, find out how MEPs plan to fight it.
None of the world's 10 most powerful super computers are currently in the EU, even though our researchers need them to use big data and advance scientific discoveries.
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3D printing is transforming how products are made, but many legal issues such civil liability and intellectual property rights still need to be clarified.
The refugee crisis has stretched the EU’s asylum system to breaking point. Learn about Parliament’s proposals to create a fairer, more effective European asylum policy.
Find out what the share of renewable energy is in different EU countries, how close they are to reaching ambitious goals for 2020 and 2030.
MEPs will vote on new copyright rules for the internet and adopt measures against antibiotic resistance. People also have until Wednesday to register for a cultural heritage conference.
From stricter drone rules to migration and the new composition of the Parliament: check out our overview of June's plenary session in Strasbourg.
Visa-free travel to Europe and financial aid are just two recent examples of the European Parliament’s continued support of Ukraine.
MEPs called on the EU to continue to back the Iran nuclear deal, which has helped to reduce the nuclear threat posed by the country.
With Europe facing the risk of cyber attacks on civilian and military targets, MEPs are calling for more cooperation on cyber defence. We talked to Urmas Paet, the MEP in charge.
MEPs will vote on new EU-wide rules for drones, discuss the future of Europe with the Dutch prime minister and debate the Iran nuclear deal during June's plenary session in Strasbourg.
Find out what measures the EU can take against dumped imports, how often it acts and how the EU’s anti-dumping policy is being improved.
The first ever EU rules on drones will help to better safeguard people's privacy and personal data as well as protect the environment.