JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE
The European Commission's in-house science service
The report provides highlights of research activities carried out over the year in support of the main EU policies. The 2014 annual report is available in English and Italian.
This guide provides a comprehensive overview of the JRC's work to support the different EU policy areas.
It showcases the JRC's independent and evidence-based scientific and technical support to the development, roll-out and assessment of EU policies. It consists of 23 stand-alone chapters presented in alphabetical order – each describing the JRC's work in a specific policy area.
An overview of work opportunities and conditions for employment (temporary and permanent) at the JRC. (September 2014)
The leaflet is available in English, German, French, Dutch, and Italian. Spanish to follow shortly.
This annual report provides an overview of the JRC's main activities, accomplishments and resources in 2013. The 2013 annual report is available in English, Italian and Spanish.
This special Report presents an impact analysis of the direct actions of the JRC to investigate where and how JRC deliverables make a difference for science and governance in EU policy and regulation.
A statistical analysis of the immediate impact of JRC activities shows the footprint of the collective impact for 2012. Selected case studies analyse the long-term impact of ongoing policy support. The report has been prepared at the occasion of the 100th meeting of the JRC's Board of Governors.
The annual report provides an overview of the main achievements of JRC scientific and research activities in 2012.
As the Commission's in-house science service, the Joint Research Centre's mission is to provide EU policies with independent, evidence-based scientific and technical support throughout the whole policy cycle. Working in close cooperation with policy Directorates-General, the JRC addresses key societal challenges while stimulating innovation through developing new methods, tools and standards, and sharing its know-how with the Member States, the scientific community and international partners.