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May 24 2018

Blockchain and other Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) are immutable, encrypted and timestamped databases, in which data is recorded, validated and replicated across a decentralised network of nodes.

A range of opportunities and challenges could emerge through such technologies that will potentially enable parties who are geographically distant, or have no particular trust in each other, to record, verify and share digital or digitised assets on a peer-to-peer basis with fewer to no intermediaries.

Cancer Information in Europe
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Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC111731
Authors: 
NEGRAO DE CARVALHO Raquel
RANDI Giorgia
GIUSTI Francesco
MARTOS JIMENEZ Maria Del Carmen
DYBA Tadeusz Artur
DIMITROVA Nadya
NEAMTIU Luciana
ROONEY Roisin
NICHOLSON Nicholas
BETTIO Manola
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May 22 2018
Creating a European Education Area by 2025: Second package of initiatives aims to reinforce the cultural dimension of the European Union and bolstering youth participation.
Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC111427
Authors: 
BETTIO Manola
NEGRAO DE CARVALHO Raquel
DIMITROVA Nadya
DYBA Tadeusz Artur
GIUSTI Francesco
MARTOS JIMENEZ Maria Del Carmen
NEAMTIU Luciana
NICHOLSON Nicholas
RANDI Giorgia
ROONEY Roisin
VOTI Lydia
CROCETTI Emanuele
VOITHENBERG Lena
May 22 2018

The JRC's European Union Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing (EURL ECVAM) is conducting a survey to collect scientific opinion on how to assess the relevance and fitness-for-purpose of complex in vitro models such as organ-on-chip devices to understand how to best facilitate their uptake and application in a variety of areas including biomedical research for drug development and toxicological testing for safety assessment.

Long-term trends in black carbon from biomass and fossil fuel combustion detected at the JRC atmospheric observatory in Ispra
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Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC110502
Authors: 
PUTAUD Jean-Philippe
CAVALLI Fabrizia
CRIPPA Monica
May 22 2018

According to the May issue of the JRC MARS Crop monitoring Bulletin, which was published today, warm and relatively dry weather in most of Europe boosted crop development and allowed spring sowing to accelerate, but also brought challenges to winter crops, especially rapeseed.

Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC111765
Authors: 
MULLER-LANGER Frank
FECHER Benedikt
HARHOFF Dietmar
WAGNER Gert G.
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