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Past Events

Dec 04 2009
Dec 05 2009
Foz de Iguazu
(BR)

The Molecular Biology and Genomics Unit of JRC-IHCP, in cooperation with the Health and Consumer protection DG of the Commission, is organising an International Workshop on Harmonisation of GMO Detection and Analysis. The Workshop, as part of the 'Enlargement, International Collaboration and Capacity Building' activities of the Unit, has the purpose to contribute to capacity building for the Latin American and Carribean Countries in the area of testing for the presence/absence of genetically modified organisms.

The JRC is expanding its research collaboration with Malta The JRC is expanding its research collaboration with Malta
Nov 20 2009
St Julians
(MT)

On the occasion of a joint event organised by the JRC in cooperation with the Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST), the two organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding on intensified research cooperation. Areas of such collaboration have been identified on the basis of mutual interest and include environment, biotechnology, information and communication technologies (ICT), energy, food safety and maritime affairs.

Feb 12 2009
Feb 16 2009
Chicago
(US)

The theme of the 2009 AAAS Meeting is "Our Planet and Its Life: Origins and Futures" recognizes that 2009 is the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of his book, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. New understanding of the processes that fascinated Darwin continues to be the focus of intense research 150 years later.

National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (University of Sofia) National Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (University of Sofia): One of the JRC's partners in Bulgaria
Nov 18 2008
Sofia
(BG)

The JRC and the Bulgarian Ministry for Education and Research have jointly organised a Round Table conference in Sofia on 18/11/2008. The Round Table is part of a cycle of similar events being organised in the new EU Member States. Discussions focussed on three themes of priority for Bulgarian research:

Oct 01 2008
Oct 02 2008
Milan
(IT)

Bioforum is an Expo-Conference concerning biotechnologies. This event aims at promoting the meeting between science and business through a faster innovation and the launching of new products and services. Therefore, it is not only a scientific congress but also a moment of a more and more international technological transfer of knowledge.

Atomic Force Microscopy image of Poly Pyrrole nano-electrodes Atomic Force Microscopy image of Poly Pyrrole nano-electrodes
Jun 05 2008
Jun 06 2008
Ispra
(IT)

The 18th meeting of the EC-US Task Force on Biotechnology is hosted by the JRC Institute for Health and Consumer Protection (IHCP). The meeting has been preceded by a workshop on "Current status and potential developments of nanobiotechnology research" on 3-4 June in Ispra.

agricultural land Coexistance of crops: scope for debate
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Nov 20 2007
Nov 21 2007
Seville
(ES)

GMCC-07 is the third edition of a biannual international scientific conference on coexistence between GM and non-GM agricultural supply chains. GMCC-07, organised by the JRC Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS),  will gather the multidisciplinary scientific community involved in researching how agricultural supply chains can adapt to novel regulatory and market-driven coexistence requirements world-wide. GMCC-07 will also serve policy-makers to access the latest scientific results and identify future research needs with policy relevance.

Oct 15 2007
Oct 18 2007
Cernobbio (Lake Como)
(IT)

The Forum on Evidence-based Toxicology is organized by scientists active in the field of toxicology, life sciences, biostatistics, modelling and medicine and is supported by the JRC's Institute for Health and Consumer Protection (IHCP). The scope of the forum is to explore the concept of an “evidence-based toxicology”, following the successful example of “evidence-based medicine”, a movement which aims at transparent decision-making in medicine on the basis of the best evidence available. This is achieved by integrating expert knowledge with structured approaches of data reviewing, data grouping and meta analysis in basic science, method assessment and decision-making and similar approaches might be embraced by toxicology.