We are doing science for policy
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) is the European Commission's science and knowledge service which employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
The Commission launched in June 2017 the European Defence Fund to direct EU funds in support of collaborative defence research and capability development with the Member States. For the very first time, EU funds are being mobilised to support the whole life-cycle of defence product development.
L'Institut National de Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires (INSTN) organise un cours ELINDER G3 sur l'"Initiation au démantèlement des installations nucléaires". Cette formation a pour objectif de décrire le processus général du démantèlement et les principaux aspects de la réglementation. Et notamment:
• Identifier les différentes techniques, procédés et méthodologies mis en œuvre.
• Se situer dans les exigences et les contraintes en matière de sûreté, sécurité, environnement et radioprotection.
The SCK•CEN organises an ELINDER G1Training Course on "Decommissioning of Nuclear Installations".The main objective of the training course is to provide the participants with the basic requirements regarding the management of a decommissioning project and to share experience from ongoing decommissioning projects.
According to the September issue of the JRC MARS Crop monitoring in Europe Bulletin, which was published today, yield forecasts for spring and summer crops have once again been revised slightly downwards at the EU level.
The outlook for sunflowers and grain maize remains above the five-year average.
Drought conditions persisted in central and eastern Germany and western Poland during August and September.
Uranium isotope amount ratios and uranium mass in uranium microparticles
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC), the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) and the Global Water Partnership for the Mediterranean (GWP-Med) have joined forces to address the complex nexus between the water, energy, food and ecosystem sectors in the Mediterranean region.
The Energy Storage Global Conference offers a unique opportunity to industry, researchers and policymakers to exchange views on key issues for the storage sector. Representatives from around the world will come together for three days to discuss the latest developments in energy storage technologies, regulatory and policy development and the future storage market.