We are doing science for policy
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
Learn how to take advantage of excitng key technologies like virtual & mixed reality, roboocs, AI and serious gaming for safe and efficient disposal of our nuclear heritage. Find more information on the IFE webpage!
How is democracy changing? How can citizens participate in this change?
These are the themes of the 3rd Annual Citizen Engagement and Deliberative Democracy Festival.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted societal and policy challenges amid uncertainty. People need solutions that go beyond business-as-usual policy.
Open to all, the Citizen Engagement and Deliberative Democracy Festival is the chance for people of diverse backgrounds to gather and tackle some of the pressing issues of our time.
The course will give an insight into components of a Root Cause Analysis Report. It will also explain how to use Probabilistic Safety Assessment modeling for analysis of event precursors.
This training is aimed to provide attendees with the following abilities:
• To be able to evaluate and use a Root Cause Analysis (RCA) report prepared by a licensee.
• To understand the objectives of Precursor Analysis, as well as their pre-requisites, potentials and limitations.
Join us for the 2021 edition of the JRC Summer School on Non-animal Approaches in Science organised by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) and its EU Reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM).