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Public Procurement of Food for Health: TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE SCHOOL SETTING
©EU
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105657
Authors: 
LOURO CALDEIRA Sandra
STORCKSDIECK GENANNT BONSMANN Stefan
BAKOGIANNI Ioanna
GAUCI Charmaine
CALLEJA Antoinette
FURTADO Artur
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC92210
Authors: 
FULLI Gianluca
GANGALE Flavia
The Commission is taking further steps to drive forward the Capital Markets Union The Commission is taking further steps to drive forward the Capital Markets Union
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Jun 08 2017
Today's Mid-term Review of the Capital Markets Union (CMU) Action Plan took stock of the progress towards better funding and investment opportunities and economic resilience. JRC has provided support for the economic analysis and econometric modelling to find out where we stand with financial integration.
RIO Country Report 2016: France
©EU
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105982
Authors: 
LHUILLERY Stéphane
ZACHAREWICZ Thomas
Type:
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105807
Authors: 
STAMMINGER Rainer
NIESTRATH Phoebe
TECCHIO Paolo
ARDENTE Fulvio
MATHIEUX Fabrice
RIO Country Report 2016: Spain
©EU
Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC105983
Authors: 
FERNÁNDEZ ZUBIETA Ana
RAMOS VIELBA Irene
ZACHAREWICZ Thomas
Type:
The carnivorous Mnemiopsis leidyi led to an almost complete collapse of the Black Sea anchovy fisheries in the 1980s-90s
©Steven G. Johnson
Jun 08 2017

The JRC has recently extended its Marine Modelling Toolbox to cover the Black Sea.

The Black Sea has suffered from severe ecological changes since the 1970s due to intense eutrophication (associated with excessive anthropogenic nutrient load and pollutants), trophic cascades (as a result of overfishing and invasive non-indigenous gelatinous carnivores) and natural climatic variations.

Chewing gum containing E171 Chewing gum containing E171
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Jun 13 2017

JRC scientists contributed to the comparison of the biokinetics of single doses of titanium dioxide nanoparticles applied in rats by intravenous injection, oral exposure by gavage and intratracheal instillation.

SEM image of the developed substrate composed of gold micropillars coated with electropolymerized nanostructures SEM image of the developed substrate composed of gold micropillars coated with electropolymerized nanostructures
©EU, 2017
Jun 07 2017

Scientists from the JRC and University of Nice developed new surfaces with high water-adhesion properties similar to those observed on rose petal surface by combining surface nano-and micro–structuring.

Materials with high water-adhesion properties are promising materials for many applications such as water resource management for agriculture or industry needs and for the conception of new water-harvesting systems or separation membranes.

Publication Year: 
2017
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC100091
Authors: 
MONOGIOUDI Evanthia
HUTU Dana Petronela
MARTOS SEVILLA Gustavo
SHELDON Joanna
SCHIMMEL Heinz
MERONI Pierluigi
ZEGERS Ingrid

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