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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 aim of the Data Challenge on Integration of Migrants in Cities (D4I) is to stimulate research on various aspects of the integration of migrants at local level.
Please register online and find more information about the workshop on the dedicated website.
The JRC 'MARS Crop monitoring in Europe' Bulletin for October 2018 has just been published.
According to the October issue of the JRC MARS Crop monitoring in Europe Bulletin, which was published today, warmer- and substantially drier-than-usual weather conditions in large parts of Europe provided favourable conditions for the ripening and harvesting of summer crops. However, the same conditions hampered the sowing and emergence of winter crops.
From 13th to 15th November 2018, the Joint Research Centre hosts the IAMC 11th Annual Meeting in Seville, Spain.
The purpose of the IAMC Annual Meeting is to:
The workshop is mostly addressed to modellers and analysts in EU institutions, EU countries' administrations and academia.
The JRC is co-chairing a team of international scientific experts that recently produced the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) guidelines for assessing nutrient flows and their environmental impacts in livestock supply chains.
On the World Cities Day, the JRC's Community of Practice on Cities (CoP-CITIES) discusses with selected partners its main research and policy-support activities on cities and the ongoing preparation of the Report on the Future of Cities.