A collection of EuroScientist most read articles in 2019

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Below you can find a collection of the most read articles published in 2019.

What are the Benefits of Silicon Carbide in Semiconductors?

By Megan Ray Nichols, from Schooled by Science.

The Secret Lives of Microbes

By Annemieke van Roekel, Geoscience Journalist and Chief Editor for Gea Magazine.

What are the Biggest Engeneering Challenges?

By Megan Ray Nichols, from Schooled by Science.

What Does It Take for a Robot to Survive in Space?

By Megan Ray Nichols, from Schooled by Science.

Technology and the Future of European Industry

By Megan Ray Nichols, from Schooled by Science.

Imagine a Social Network like Facebook with no Facebook

By Pilar Orero, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain).

How can I get my Child Interested in STEM?

By Sean Olesen, from Dino-Lite.

Funding Research - Are we just Trying to be too Perfect?

By Beatrice Plazzotta, Young professional in Research & Innovation.

Turning Thessaloniki into a Living Lab

By Vasiliki Michopoulou, Academic member/Ambassador of The Communication Institute of Greece.

Story of a 15-year old Scientist: How it all Began

By Zuzana Hudáčová, from Slovakia.

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