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JRC Ispra will once again open its doors during the Open Day under the theme of 'Making Sense of Science'. This popular event is open to everyone – families, children, students and professionals alike.
Published by Jerome COUNET on Thursday, 14/04/2016 Last modified by Ahmad MIRI on Fri, 07/10/2016 - 14:02
Next 14 December, the European Commission is launching the Competence Centre for Technology Transfer (CCTT). It represents the European Commission's primary platform for policy support and capacity building in technology transfer at the EU, national, regional and local level.
The core mission of the CCTT is to provide expert services to DGs, regional and local authorities and relevant stakeholders in three key areas:
Published by Alessandro PIET... on Tuesday, 11/12/2018 Last modified by Lorena MARCALETTI on Wed, 19/12/2018 - 13:38