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The JRC and INERIS signed a Memorandum of Understanding on future collaboration on 14 December 2017. The JRC and INERIS signed a Memorandum of Understanding on future collaboration on 14 December 2017.
©European Union, 2017
Dec 14 2017

Today the JRC signed an agreement with the French Institut national de l'environnement industriel et des risques (INERIS) to reinforce cooperation in the fields of industrial risks and safety as well as environmental security.

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) follows a number of joint activities, projects and scientific publications. Through the MoU, the JRC and INERIS want to reinforce this mutually beneficial cooperation and provide a basis for additional complementary activities and knowledge sharing.

The areas of collaboration will include:

This year's edition of "Science meets Parliaments" focuses on the role of science in a post-fact society. This year's edition of "Science meets Parliaments" focuses on the role of science in a post-fact society.
©European Union, 2017
Nov 28 2017
For the third time, Members of the European Parliament, policy-makers from EU institutions, Member States, national parliaments, regional authorities meet scientists. This year's edition focuses on the role of science in a post-fact society.
Competence Centre on Modelling Competence Centre on Modelling
©European Union 2017
Oct 26 2017
On 26 October 2017 the Commission launched a Competence Centre on Modelling. Hosted by the JRC, it will promote a responsible, coherent and transparent use of modelling to support the evidence base for EU policies.
The JRC looks back on 60 years of excellence in science and knowledge The JRC looks back on 60 years of excellence in science and knowledge
©European Union, 2017
Sep 29 2017
The 60th Anniversary celebrations were an opportunity for JRC personalities past and present to reflect on achievements so far and look to challenges for the future.
The Bioeconomy Knowledge Centre will provide relevant information in an easy-to-use format. The Bioeconomy Knowledge Centre will provide relevant information in an easy-to-use format.
©European Union, 2017
Jul 26 2017
A new Bioeconomy Knowledge Centre has been created by the JRC and DG RTD to better support policy makers with science-based evidence in this field.
The reaction wall of the European Laboratory for Structural Assessment will be now open to wider scientific community The reaction wall of the European Laboratory for Structural Assessment will be now open to wider scientific community
©European Union, 2013
Jul 13 2017
The JRC is opening its scientific laboratories and facilities to scientists and researchers from the private and public sectors.
The winners of the Malta Young Scientist Award visited JRC Ispra to showcase their own work on 14-16 June 2017 The winners of the Malta Young Scientist Award visited JRC Ispra to showcase their own work on 14-16 June 2017
©European Union, 2017
Jun 26 2017

Five young scientists from Malta visited JRC Ispra in June to showcase their work with JRC researchers. This study trip was the prize of the Malta Young Scientist Award organised by the Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST).

James Ciarlò, Sephora Sammut, Joanna Vella, Shawn Baldacchino and Vanessa Petroni were the winners of the Malta Young Scientist Award and had the opportunity to present their work during a three-day study trip to the Ispra Site of the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC).

Dynamic Data Hub graph The Dynamic Data Hub offers a direct entry point to migration related data.
©EU, 2017
May 08 2017

The European Commission's Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography (KCMD) has expanded the datasets within its Dynamic Data Hub to cover migration flows, stocks and residence permits and time series of selected demographic and socio-economic data such as population growth, GDP, labour force and other World Development Indicators.

Expanding the scope of the tool geographically and thematically, the new data help understand migration in a wider context and unleash the potential for the cross-disciplinary analysis of the drivers behind migration.

Visual of the event featuring a generic govenment style building and the words Science meets Regions Over one hundred representatives of EU regional authorities and scientists met to exchange views on the challenges of evidence-based decision-making at regional level.
©EU, 2016
Nov 07 2016
On 7 November 2016, the JRC together with the European Committee of Regions hosted the first "Science meets Regions" event.
Vladimír Šucha, JRC Director-General spoke at the WSF plenary session dedicated to science in policy making, held in the House of the Hungarian Parliament. Vladimír Šucha, JRC Director-General spoke at the WSF plenary session dedicated to science in policy making, held in the House of the Hungarian Parliament.
©EU, 2015
Nov 09 2015

The 7th edition of the biennial World Science Forum (WSF) took place on 4-7 November 2015 in Budapest. Its main theme, The Enabling Power of Science, invited to reflect on the way how science opens new paths for the improvement of human life, business innovation and policy making.

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