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2010
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC56806
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2012
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC67415
Authors: 
CIAIAN Pavel
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2012
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC69584
Authors: 
DOERING Ralf
DENTES DE CARVALHO GASPAR Natacha
VIRTANEN Jarno
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2012
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC67557
Authors: 
DE CAMILLIS Camillo
BLIGNY Jean-Christophe
PENNINGTON David
BAUER Christian
PONSIOEN Tommie
SCHENKER Urs
SUEYS Rudi
UNGER Nicole
LUNDQUIST Lars
BRANDAO Miguel
HAMILL Shane
PEACOCK Nina
PELLETIER Nathaniel
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2012
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC70424
Authors: 
GUILLEN Jordi
CONTINI Franca
DOERNER Hendrik
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2013
JRC Publication N°: 
JRC71751
Authors: 
PARISI Claudia
RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio
THANGARAJ Harry
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The freely accessible Europe Media Monitor (EMM) is a fully automatic system that analyses both traditional and social media. It gathers and aggregates about 300,000 news articles per day from news portals world-wide in up to 70 languages.

Acronym: 
EMM-NewsBrief
Collaborating DGs: 
DG Communication
Sep 24 2010

Making access to marine data easier and more economic is one of the three objectives of the Marine Knowledge 2020 initiative, proposed by the Commission on 13 September. The initiative acknowledges the role of the JRC as a thematic assembly centre for fisheries data. Scientists at the JRC's Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen (IPSC) collect and maintain fisheries management data transmitted by EU Member States. These data sets are then used by experts of the Scientific and Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF) to provide scientific advice to EU policy makers, for example to decide on fishing effort reductions or management measures.

May 12 2011

The EU leads research in the field innovation in plant breeding, but still lags behind in patenting the resulting technologies, a JRC study reveals. The report notes that 45 % of peer-reviewed scientific research publications in the field worldwide are produced in the EU, followed by North America with 32 %. On the other hand, 65 % of the total patenting of resulting technologies is carried out by US-based institutions. Twenty six percent of patents are registered by EU-based institutions.

Feb 15 2013

JRC participation at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), one of the world’s largest and most prestigious general science gatherings, focuses on topics as diverse as scientific support to policymaking, security research, healthy living and actinides.

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