The November edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.
The JRC-managed observatory will help protect and restore world’s forests and ensure that Europeans consume deforestation-free products.
A new certified reference material will help ensure that milk formula for infants is safe from processing contaminants.
A first-time panoramic look at Small Island Developing States (SIDS) shows a drastic increase in coastal flood risk due to rising sea levels caused by climate change, a JRC-led study says.
Climate-exposed, innovative and skilled regions show better climate preparedness, shows a JRC study that looks at their innovation and policy priorities. Diverse realities across Europe call for tailored strategies.
The EU is an example of investment in soil research, overall soil health and sustainable soil management, a review of 40 years of EU-funded soil research shows.
The “next internet”, data, and AI and learning analytics will potentially redefine both education and society at large in fundamental ways.
Parents’ education, nursery, and home environment greatly impact tertiary education completion. Although childhood inequalities have declined, more is needed for a fair, inclusive and social Europe.
According to the November edition of the JRC MARS Bulletin crop monitoring in Europe, unfavourable weather conditions in large parts of Europe delayed sowing of winter cereals and affected crop establishment and initial growth.
With water electrolysis as the most promising renewable hydrogen production technology, manufacturing capacity of electrolysers is poised to accelerate everywhere globally.