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.
This event is postponed
Because of the risk associated with COVID-19 infection and to ensure the health of all the community, the organisers have decided to postpone the INSPIRE CONFERENCE 2020.
We are exploring the possibility to have the conference later in 2020 September/October at the same venue.
For updated information visit the FAQ on the INSPIRE Conference site.
UPDATE 4 MARCH 2020: The FAS workshop 2020, originally planned for 17-18 March 2020, is postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The workshop 'Smart Specialisation for Sustainable Development Goals', organised by JRC, is linked to the works of the Global Pilot Programme of the UN Inter-Agency Task Team on STI Roadmaps for SDGs.
The event will bring together high-level speakers from EU and UN institutions, EU Member States and regions, the UN global pilot programme countries, other international institutions as well as experts and practitioners.
The European Radon Week 2020 will combine three workshops and is addressed to national authorities, the scientific radon community, industry and all other experts interested in radon. The European Radon Week will give an overview of the work and research done in Europe, especially in the field of harmonisation of radon measurement methods, radon priority areas, mapping and communicating radon data. Invited experts will present results and experiences, but much time will be reserved for discussions.
In a world flooded with information, managing, making sense of and communicating knowledge, or evidence, is highly challenging.
Evidence-informed policymaking needs advocates and skilled practitioners, both in scientific and policy bodies.
The evidence for policy school aims to help researchers to have more impact on policy and policymakers to use evidence for policy solutions.
The school will focus on the tools and approaches to inform the policymaking process through evidence.
The application process is closed.
Who owns our data? Is there freedom in our new digital lives? Do we need to fear the coming transformation?
Datami is an invitation to think along with the artists, scientists and citizens and explore this new unknown of Big Data and AI.
Let's own this transformation, and build this new future together.
The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission and Bozar proudly present Datami.