EU Science Hub

Past Events

Feb 16 2017
Feb 17 2017
Seville
(ES)

The workshop is part of the OpenEdu Policies Project which the Joint Research Centre (JRC) carries out on behalf of Directorate General Education and Culture (DG EAC).

Feb 08 2017
Brussels
(BE)
This JRC-COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) joint workshop will focus on strategies for collecting and sharing data gathered by citizens, with the aim to support a European early warning and rapid information system.
Feb 06 2017
Feb 07 2017
Thessaloniki
(GR)

This European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action aims to promote coordination and collaboration between researchers and risk managers to identify common strategies at European level to deal with health issues around industrial contaminated sites more systematically. The final aim is to elaborate guidance documents on how to assess the health risks and health impacts around industrial contaminated sites, methods and tools for exposure assessment and risk management and communication.

Jan 26 2017
Jan 27 2017
Toledo
(ES)

The JRC is co-organising the XXIVth edition of the "Encuentro de Economía Pública"  ("Public Economics Meeting") together with the Instituto de Estudios Fiscales and the University of Castilla-La Mancha. This event will take place on the 26-27th January 2017, at the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Castilla-La Mancha at Toledo (Spain).

Dec 13 2016
Brussels
(BE)

Despite high public interest in supporting technological innovation in refugees' integration, the tech community active in this field faces challenges of funding, organisation and duplication. Better coordination and stronger interlinkages between key stakeholders, including public authorities, are needed to address these challenges and to make the innovations sustainable in the long-term.

Dec 13 2016
Brussels
(BE)
The conference will be an opportunity for policy makers from EU institutions to understand better the benefits of text mining in policy making processes, and pave the way forward for a better use of these solutions in policy making.
DanubeHack 2.0 DanubeHack 2.0
Dec 12 2016
Bratislava
(SK)

The JRC are co-organising DanubeHack 2.0 which aims to collect evidence about the possible added value generated on top of open (geo) data, related application programming interfaces (APIs) and software tools, identified within the Danube region.

The event will also explore the potential of citizen science and participation in creating and using value added services and applications.

This is a follow-up from the sucessful Danube Hack 2015.

Dec 06 2016
Brussels
(BE)

DG JRC and DG RTD coorganise the final workshop of the MYGEOSS project (December 6th). It will show case mobile apps and web applications addressing eight main themes: Health Applications, Invasive Alien Species and Climate, Disaster Management, Water and Irrigation, Land Cover Change and Protected Areas, Education and Awareness, Urban Areas and Quality of Life and Air Quality and Weather.

Dec 06 2016
Dec 07 2016
Brussels
(BE)

On 6-7th December 2016, the European Commission will hold a scientific conference in Brussels to engage the scientific community and relevant stakeholders in a debate on how to exploit cutting edge advances in biomedical and other research in the development of scientifically valid non-animal approaches (alternatives to animal testing).

Dec 05 2016
Brussels
(BE)
On 5 December the European Partnership for Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing (EPAA) holds its 12th Annual Conference focusing on the theme "Science-based regulation". The event will showcase EPAA's most recent achievements and discuss the state of the art in alternative methods available for regulatory purposes and the gaps toward full replacement.

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