Events

  1. 1 Oct 2015
    2 Oct 2015

    The European Commission JRC-IPTS is organising the 5th European Conference on Corporate R&D and Innovation CONCORDi 2015 next 1-2 October 2015. The conference will focus on industrial research and innovation: evidence for policy. It will discuss the role of scientific analyses in the design and implementation of an EU industrial policy based on research, innovation and technological advancement.

  2. 9 Jul 2015
    10 Jul 2015

    This hands-on course will be looking at the practice of public engagement in Europe, and takes place in Croatia.

  3. 6 Jul 2015

    Through a workshop taking place at the EU Pavillion of EXPO Milano, the JRC will showcase some of the outcomes of the development of an EMAS Sectoral Reference Document on Best Environmental Management Practice for the agriculture sector. This work, developed by the JRC over the past 2 years with the involvement of a large number of experts from the sector, describes best practices that the agricultural sector can implement to improve its environmental performance, and contribute to sustainable food production.

  4. 6 Jul 2015
    7 Jul 2015

    This hands-on course will be looking at the practice of public engagement in Europe, and takes place in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

  5. 23 Jun 2015
    26 Jun 2015

    As part of the R&D Management conference "(Fast?) Connecting R&D", to take place in Pisa (Italy) in June 2015, you are invited to submit abstracts related to the conference track "The impact of international R&D links and research-intensive FDI: innovation, competitiveness and employment"

  6. 18 Jun 2015
    19 Jun 2015

    The theme of this 8th meeting will be agri-food, in line with Expo Milano 2015's theme "Feeding the planet, energy for life". Practical examples and innovative initiatives will be presented to illustrate the potential of technology transfer in this area.

  7. 9 Jun 2015
    10 Jun 2015

    We live in an age when good policies are assumed to be evidence-based.  And that evidential base is assumed to be at its best when expressed in numbers.  

    The digital information may be derived from quantitative data organised in statistics, or from qualitative data organised in indicators. Either way, evidence in digital form provides the accepted foundation of policy arguments over a very broad range of issues. In the policy realm there are frequent debates over particular policy issues and their associated evidence.

  8. 30 May 2015

    Food Futuring Tours is a participatory experience which aims at re-imagining food in the XXI century, collecting ideas, visions and imaginaries about the future of food and food of the future, and the possible social – inclusive of ethical and cultural aspects – and environmental impacts of them coming from the great Universal Exposition 2015  in Milan, entirely dedicated to the theme.

  9. 28 May 2015

    On the 28th of May, Dr. Cynthia Selin will visit JRC Ispra to present a seminar entitled “Future Imperfect: Critical Approaches to Foresight Deliberation”, as part of the “contro-corrente” series of seminars.

    Scientific thought, advances in technical systems and artifacts, and social dynamics evolve together, but often in surprising ways. Over time, uncertainties bloom and propagate.

  10. 26 May 2015

    This launch event aims at achieving a shared vision on knowledge-based energy policy development in regions.