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.
Interactive website launched to navigate the resilience dashboards, a set of indicators and information on resilience in Member States and non-EU countries.
The European Commission published today the results of the first coordinated control plan on the authenticity of herbs and spices carried out by 21 EU Member States, Switzerland and Norway, a study performed on nearly 10,000 analyses.
Representatives of the Joint Research Centre present the contribution of science to managing risks of current and future disasters at the European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction taking place this week in Portugal.
In September, the Commission adopted an official communication on the New European Bauhaus, taking inspiration from six months of conversation with thousands of individuals and organisations across Europe and beyond.
The Communication sets out the concept of the initiative, as well as several policy actions and funding possibilities to drive it forward.
The 4th edition of the JRC – OECD joint report on the innovative activity of the world’s top corporate R&D investors focuses on the impact they can have on accomplishing climate neutrality.
Despite a reduction in profits forecast for 2021 due to the rise in fuel prices, the EU fleet is expected to end 2021 with positive margins.
Interviews explore how children and their parents coped with schooling during the spring 2020 COVID-19 lockdown.
The JRC’s Air Quality Atlas for Europe shows the major categories of PM2.5 emission sources –and where those sources originate - for 150 cities
Policymaking can achieve better results and decrease political polarisation by by taking into account citizens’ values and identities.
The 3rd Raw Materials Scoreboard provides input to the EU’s policy efforts at a time when global raw material supply chains continue to be severely disrupted, including as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent surge in energy prices around the world.