Brain drain: Europe strikes back

18th April 2017
Many European scientists have moved to the United States over the years. These days, the continent is mobilizing to keep top talents at home and boost regional competitivity. Technologist takes a look in its latest issue.

Close to 44 percent of start-up acquisitions in Europe are by U.S. groups. But this hemorrhage isn't fatal. Technologist explains the ways the continent is striking back, offering entrepreneurs new financing and innovation tools, and shares some examples.

In this latest issue, Technologist also explores sound. New scientific developments are reinventing acoustics, from algorithms that imitate human voices to hearing aids to music halls and the fight against noise pollution.

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