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.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) is currently looking for motivated staff, to mainly work in Seville, Petten, Ispra, Geel and Karlsruhe.
The JRC just released a report clarifying the key concepts and terms used in the European Commission's nanomaterial definition. This will support stakeholders for the correct implementation of legislation making reference to the definition.
Every year, hundreds of millions of people worldwide send or receive money through a money transfer system or by informal channels, generating some 500 billion dollars in remittances to developing countries, roughly three times the size of official global development aid.
The JRC's status report on alternatives to animal testing is just out. We interviewed the lead author and head of the laboratory (EURL ECVAM).
Policy-makers and scientists are meeting in Brussels at the annual event promoting evidence-based policy-making.
Surface water protection is far below global targets in over half of the world’s countries.
This World Cancer Day, the JRC releases 17 new recommendations on breast cancer screening and diagnosis
Developing countries will be the worst hit by heatwaves caused by global warming. Heatwave risk and socioeconomic impacts will be significantly reduced for both developing and developed countries if global warming is limited to below 1.5°C.
Researchers find considerable variability in access to green spaces across Europe’s cities
Global fossil fuel CO2 emissions rose by around 1 percentage point in 2017 after remaining at the same level for three consecutive years.