The JRC Annual Report covers the activities, accomplishments and resources related to the JRC work. An overview is given of the mission and its implementation, the scientific activities and the relations with the outside world. The Annual Report is published around April, after approval by the Board of Governors.
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The Annual Report provides an overview of the main achievements of JRC scientific and research activities in 2012. The report highlights JRC support to financial stability, to jobs, growth and innovation, climate change, food and energy security, as well as safety and security, including nuclear safety and security.
This Annual Report offers an insight into activities and achievements related to the JRC's work carried out during 2011. With new look and more concise content, the report aims to make JRC results more accessible.
JRC's Annual Report 2010 presents the JRC's suppport to EU policies, and presents its achievements per thematic area. Among the highlights: JRC's contribution to crises, policy anticipation, policy formulation, policy adoption, policy implementation and policy evaluation.
In 2009, the JRC took on the challenge of reinvigorating its organisation by the creation of a new vision and strategy for 2010-2020. This was necessary to address key societal challenges ('grand challenges') facing the EU and the world where the approach requires integrated, pro-active and cross policy action. As part of this, the JRC...
In this year’s Annual Report, selected examples of the JRC’s major achievements are presented under the title ‘Supporting EU policies’. Highlights from the seven Institutes are also included, as well as the JRC’s contribution to the enlargement and integration of new Member States, technology transfer and intellectual property. A section of the report has also been dedicated to the JRC Excellence Awards.
2007 marked the first year in the 7th Framework Programme for Research (FP7). The transition from FP6 to FP7 has been smooth, without any major obstacles. This is not to say that 2007 was without major events and changes for the JRC...