Past events

  1. 23 Apr 2015
    24 Apr 2015

    The workshop seeks to collect state of the art insights from behavioural economics which could be used to stimulate an increase in tax compliance—taking into account country-specific background factors.

  2. 24 Nov 2014
    26 Nov 2014

    24 - 26 November 2014, Ispra, Italy

    This workshop aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of fundamental aspects of nanobioscience.

  3. 22 Oct 2014
    23 Oct 2014

    The aim of this workshop is to stimulate harmonisation in GMO analysis by illustrating the EU legal framework on GMOs.

  4. 7 Oct 2014
    8 Oct 2014

    This workshop will present these new developments with focus on migration testing. A session will also target new exposure tool for chemicals in foods including food contact materials.

     

     

  5. 1 Oct 2014

    We are ageing physically and mentally. What does this imply for daily decision making?

  6. 22 Sep 2014
    24 Sep 2014

    This training course, co-organised by JRC/IHCP and WHO-Europe, is aimed as a capacity building activity targeting the countries involved in the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) and other EU Accession and Candidate countries.

     

  7. 15 Dec 2009
    16 Dec 2009

    An enlargement & integration workshop on cyclotron research and radio-labelled nanoparticles, as part of the yearly cyclotron networking workshops (with participation of approximately 15-20 relevant research institutions), is scheduled for 15-16 December 2009 at the JRC Institute for Health and Consumer Protection (IHCP) in Ispra, Italy.

  8. 2 Dec 2009
    4 Dec 2009

    An enlargement & integration workshop on 'Nanobiotechnology: protein-surface interaction' is scheduled for 2-4 December 2009 in Ispra and will gather around 80 scientists from 15 countries. Major issues related to protein surface interactions will be addressed: production, characterisation techniques, modelling and kinetics phenomena, and applications in detection and nanotoxicology.