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Event picture The JRC has an active role providing science support to the EUSDR
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Oct 18 2017

Energy security, transportation development, clean connectivity and financing opportunities come under the spotlight at this year's edition of the Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), taking place on 18-19 October in Budapest.

Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, responsible for the JRC, and Corina Creţu, Commissioner for Regional policy, are attending the event, which was opened by Viktor Orbán, Prime Minister of Hungary.

The JRC’s new handbook and dashboard provide information and recommendation on key policy areas for regions across Europe The JRC’s new handbook and dashboard provide information and recommendation on key policy areas for regions across Europe
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Oct 12 2017
New JRC tools help regional authorities get a grip on policy challenges, from energy through transport to crisis management
The Commission has published the 2016 edition of the RIO reports. The Commission has published the 2016 edition of the RIO reports.
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Jun 14 2017
The European Commission's Research and Innovation Observatory (RIO) at the Joint Research Centre has published the 2016 edition of the RIO reports, which assess the evolution of the research and innovation systems at country level and identify key challenges.
Mikko Raskinen / Vladimir Šucha / Aalto University Director-General Vladimir Šucha and Aalto University Provost Ilkka Niemelä signing the Memoranudum of Understanding
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May 02 2017
Aalto University and the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the European Commission's science and knowledge service, signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will boost scientific cooperation in a number of fields.
Gears illustration S2E brings together industry, academia and authorities to make the most of regional innovation financing
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Mar 08 2017

The Stairway to Excellence Project now supports regions and stakeholders from all EU member states, enabling them to use synergies and make the most of the European Structural and Investment Funds and Horizon 2020, the EU’s research and innovation programme.

The JRC has taken part in the scientific programme of the AAAS annual meeting since 2008. The JRC has taken part in the scientific programme of the AAAS annual meeting since 2008.
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Feb 15 2017
The JRC will showcase its activities in combating nuclear terrorism, spurring policy innovations and strengthening European scientific advisory structures at AAAS 2017.
A scientist in a lab coat walking through space Deadline for the collaborative doctoral partnership application is 15 March 2016.
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Dec 20 2016
To enhance the science-policy interface, the JRC is launching a new Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) scheme in cooperation with universities from the EU Member States and countries associated to the EU Horizon 2020 research programme.
Digital platforms are the key element of the collaborative economy; they enable matchmaking between providers and users of goods and services at very low costs.
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Dec 16 2016
The latest JRC work puts forward a research agenda to strengthen the scientific evidence base for the development of policies that maximise the benefits and minimise the costs for all the stakeholders involved in the collaborative economy.
Graphic of entrepreneurship The JRC's "Entrepreneurship and Scale-up Indices (ESIS)" report assesses the EU countries according to the framework conditions that affect the creation and growth of businesses, including scale-up companies.
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Nov 28 2016

What type of support do EU countries offer firms to foster their creation and growth? Are the existing ecosystems comparable across the EU? Could EU countries learn from each other? These were the main questions posed in a research project on Entrepreneurship and Scale-up Indices (ESIS), the results of which have just been published by the JRC.

Photograph of the conference room at the European Parliament with the opening sesssion panellists seated at the front. Over 150 participants joined the second edition of Science meets Parliaments.
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Nov 08 2016
In the second edition of 'Science meets Parliaments', European, national and regional policy-makers met scientists from across Europe to discuss closer collaboration in the interest of better policy making based on scientific evidence.

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