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.
Financing the journey toward zero-emissions is a challenge. Amid the limited resources and low capacity to mobilise funds, local governments are embracing financial innovation, a JRC study shows.
Over time, nuclear research achieved important results also in fields that are unrelated with energy, such as nuclear forensics and healthcare.
The gap between countries’ and global models' measuring shows net-zero emissions need to be achieved earlier, up to five years before previously estimated target dates.
The Urban PM2.5 Atlas pinpoints sectors and extent of air pollution across 150 European cities thanks to updated dataset and methodology.
In 2022, land roughly the size of Corsica was scorched by wildfires in the EU, according to the latest report on fires in the pan-European region.
An expected renaissance of democracies, a critical youth, and a more active civil society were sources of hope amid geopolitical angst, climate urgency, and AI unease.