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Plutonium in nitric acid solution

Certified property: 

Isotope and element amount content, isotope amount ratios

Release date: 
Saturday, 11 November, 2017
Last update: 
Wednesday, 17 January, 2018 - 09:17
DB code: 
IRMM-042a

IRMM-049e

Material: 

Plutonium in nitric acid solution

Certified property: 

Isotope and element amount content, isotope amount ratios

Release date: 
Friday, 11 August, 2017
Last update: 
Wednesday, 17 January, 2018 - 09:14
DB code: 
IRMM-049e

IRMM-0243

Material: 

Americum in nitric acid solution

Certified property: 

Isotope and element amount content, isotope amount ratio

Release date: 
Monday, 20 November, 2017
Last update: 
Wednesday, 17 January, 2018 - 09:10
DB code: 
IRMM-0243
High performance magnets used in many applications from electric vehicles to IT equipment contain rare earth elements such as Neodymium High performance magnets used in many applications from electric vehicles to IT equipment contain rare earth elements such as Neodymium
©Adobe stock © nikolayn
Jan 16 2018
Critical raw materials are not used to their full extent as part of the circular economy and there are several improvement opportunities to reuse and recycle these materials.
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Emilia Gómez is a researcher at the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, based in Seville. She is the Lead Scientist of the HUMAINT project (HUman Behavior and MAchine INTelligence in the Digital Transformation) at the Centre for Advanced Studies (Scientific Development Unit).
Jan 17 2018
Jan 17 2018
Seville
(ES)

The S3 Platform organises a Peer eXchange and Learning workshop on Policy Instruments for innovation strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3).

Emilia-Romagna (Italy), Northern Netherlands (Holland) and Wielkopolska (Poland) regions will provide a short account of their experience in designing and implementing policy instruments for the implementation of their respective RIS3. The event will gather representatives from more than 50 regional and national authorities.

Adapting the AOP concept to biomedical research Adapting the AOP concept to biomedical research
©EU, 2018
Jan 15 2018

JRC scientists have explored the application of Adverse Outcome Pathways (AOP) to improve mechanistic understanding of human disease pathophysiology in order to advance biomedical research and inform the development of new drugs.

The AOP concept was originally developed to facilitate better use of mechanistic understanding in determining the toxicological properties of chemicals. 

In particular, the goal has been to deliver reliable, animal-free methodologies for the hazard and risk assessment of chemicals, making greater use of in vitro and in silico methods.

Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC109440
The map shows a global visualisation of travel time to the city with the shortest associated journey The map shows a global visualisation of travel time to the city with the shortest associated journey
©2018 OpenStreetMap contributors, creative commons attribution 4.0
Jan 12 2018
A team of researchers have mapped urban accessibility worldwide to support global and local decision-making on development and environmental policies.
Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC108983
Authors: 
MAGNANI Nicola
ELOIRDI Rachel
WILHELM F.
COLINEAU Eric
GRIVEAU Jean-Christophe
SHICK Alexander B.
LANDER G.H.
ROGALEV A.

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