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JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news
Sep 09 2010

The September / October edition of the JRC Newsletter has been published and can be downloaded here. It features an editorial by Gary Geller, Deputy Manager of NASA's Ecological Forecasting Program at JPL on the need for increasing integration among existing systems and models in the various disciplines of ecology.

JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news
Sep 26 2011

The latest edition of the JRC Newsletter has been published and can be downloaded here.

JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news
Oct 01 2009

Following a one-month break for the Summer, the September edition of the JRC Newsletter has been published and can be downloaded here. It features an editorial from John Beddington, Chief Science Adviser to the UK Government, on European Commission President Barroso's recent statement on the need for a chief science advisor for the European Institutions.

JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news JRC Newsletter: monthly updates on latest news
Oct 16 2012

The latest edition of the JRC Newsletter has been published and can be downloaded here.

Montage of a doctor and touchpad with medical graphics September/October newsletter - Cover story: Better data for better health - how the data revolution has brought a promising future for healthcare.
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Oct 03 2014

The most recent edition of the JRC newsletter has been published. It compiles a selection of our most recent research results and can be downloaded here.

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.
The SETIS website provides comprehensive information on low-carbon energy technologies The SETIS website provides comprehensive information on low-carbon energy technologies
Oct 08 2010

A new version of the SETIS website has been published, better structured for ease of access to information on particular low carbon technologies. SETIS, the Strategic Energy Technology Information System, is run by the JRC's Institute for Energy in support of the Commission's Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan).

SESAMONET trial SESAMONET trial
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Oct 19 2007

The first 'virtual path' based on an innovative application of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology opened today in Laveno - Italy. Passive transponders buried in the pavement and a dedicated electronic walking cane safely guide the visually impaired person along the path. The prototype, developed by the JRC Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC) is the result of the SESAMONET (SEcure and SAfe MObility NETwork) project.

Aug 05 2014

The European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS), on the request of the Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC), is monitoring the current forest fire emergency in Västmanland County, Sweden.

A graphic of a balance with male and female symbols on each side A sex-specific approach is gaining acceptance in clinical medicine, but has yet to be established in toxicology.
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Apr 21 2015

Female liver cells, and in particular those in menopaused women, are more susceptible to adverse effects of drugs than their male counterparts, according to new research carried out by the JRC.

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