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Using web and mobile phone technologies to collect food market prices in Africa. Approaching real-time data and use of crowdsourcing, 2013 - 2016
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Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC104311
Authors: 
DONMEZ Ayca
SOLANO HERMOSILLA Gloria
BOUGAY Vladimir
SUBBARAMAN Balaji
ADAM Abdoulaye
BAHEMUKA Stephen
CHINGANYA Oliver J. M.
ESKIN Vladimir
KOUAKOU Koua Louis
LUFUMPA Charles
MAHJOUBI Rafik
NJOSA Ivo F.
SANTINI Fabien
Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC104187
Authors: 
BOKSEBELD Maxime
KILIN V
GELOEN A
CECCONE Giacomo
JAFFAL A.
SCHMIDT C
ALEKSEEEV S
LYSENKO V
WOLF J.P.
BONACINA Luigi
SOUTEYRAND E
CHEVOLOT Yann
MONNIER Virginie
Baseline Distribution of Invasive Alien Species of Union concern
©EU
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC104969
Authors: 
TSIAMIS Konstantinos
GERVASINI Eugenio
DERIU Ivan
D'AMICO Fabio
NUNES Ana Luísa
ADDAMO Anna
DE JESUS CARDOSO Ana
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RIO Country Report 2016: Slovakia
©EU
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105850
Authors: 
BALAZ Vladimir
FRANK Karol
ZIFCIAKOVA Jana
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Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC98292
Authors: 
MERRITT Wendy
FU Baihua
TICEHURST Jenifer
EL SAWAH S.
VIGIAK Olga
ROBERTS Anna M.
DYER F
POLLINO C.A.
GUILLAUME J. H. A.
CROKE Barry F.W.
JAKEMAN Anthony J.
JRC strengthen its collaboration with the European Food Safety Authority JRC strengthen its collaboration with the European Food Safety Authority
©EU, 2017
Apr 10 2017

On 5th April JRC-Ispra hosted a delegation from EFSA to discuss specific topics of common interest in the area of risk assessment related to chemicals.

A workshop was organised to discuss ongoing joint projects and explore topics of common interest to pave the road for further collaboration. It involved 19 experts from EFSA and several colleagues from the JRC Directorates D and F. Different subjects were on the agenda spanning from endocrine disruptors to environmental modelling and risk assessment.

Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105781
Authors: 
SPINOZZI Francesco
CECCONE Giacomo
MORETTI Paolo
CAMPANELLA Gabriele
FERRERO Claudio
COMBET Sophie
GHIGNA P.
Malta u l-kollaborazzjoni tagħha mas-servizz tax-xjenza intern tal-Kummissjoni Ewropea iċ-Ċentru Konġunt tar-Riċerka

JRC / Malta country leaflet in Matltese

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The JRC report stresses the need for better awareness and coordination between existing knowledge sources on Replacement, Reduction and Refinement of animal testing, for their greater impact. The JRC report stresses the need for better awareness and coordination between existing knowledge sources on Replacement, Reduction and Refinement of animal testing, for their greater impact.
©EU, 2017
Feb 20 2017

The JRC has carried out a study of available knowledge on the replacement, reduction and refinement (the 3Rs) of animal procedures used in research and testing to understand how supply of such knowledge can better meet demand. Findings show that although much 3Rs knowledge exists, its sharing can be improved through better coordination, communication and outreach, and by more emphasis on targeted education and training initiatives.

Accelerating progress in the Replacement, Reduction and Refinement of animal testing through better knowledge sharing
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Publication Year: 
2016
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC103906
Authors: 
HOLLEY Tracey
BOWE Gerard
CAMPIA Ivana
BELZ Susanne
BERGGREN Elisabet
JANUSCH ROI Annett
WHELAN Maurice
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