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Apr 27 2020
Apr 30 2020
Helsinki
(FI)

About Transport Research Arena

Transport Research Arena (TRA) is the foremost European transport event that covers all transport modes and all aspects of mobility. TRA offers a great venue for researchers, policy makers and industry representatives to get together and contribute to the discussion on how research and innovation can re-shape the transport and mobility system. The conference provides a unique opportunity to hear about mobility trends in different parts of Europe, learn from achievements in industry as well as share best practices of policies and deployments.

Feb 05 2019
Podgorica
(ME)

To promote Smart Specialisation as an important tool also for transnational cooperation in the Western Balkans is the purpose of this workshop.

It will also provide a dialogue forum to jointly discuss

The RFA sets the basis for cooperation on bioeconomy, health, food, climate and innovation research
The RFA sets the basis for cooperation on bioeconomy, health, food, climate and innovation research
Jan 17 2019

The JRC has signed a Research Framework Arrangement (RFA) with the University of Hohenheim in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. With this, both organisations set the basis for cooperation in bioeconomy, global food security and ecosystems, health sciences and digital transformation, as well as innovation research.

Jan 24 2019
Brussels
(BE)

As the end of the programming period approaches, it is time to debate on the state of the art of monitoring activities and how to test Smart Specialisation Strategies (S3).

Throughout the years, the JRC has developed a solid framework for monitoring, in response of a very strong demand from national and regional authorities. To address these aspects, this workshop aims to build a space for communication between researchers and practitioners, based on shared empirical and conceptual ground.

Handheld Raman device
Jan 18 2019

JRC scientists developed a rapid, field-deployable screening method to help customs laboratories identify new psychoactive substances (NPS).

The consumption of new psychoactive substances (NPS) is growing continuously with new molecules constantly appearing on the drug market.

Publication Year: 
2018
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC113981
Authors: 
REY LOS SANTOS Luis
WOJTOWICZ Krzysztof
TAMBA Marie
WEITZEL Matthias
TEMURSHO Umed

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