JRC MARS Bulletin - Crop monitoring in Europe: Yield forecasts for EU winter crops are revised slightly downwards due to drier-than-usual conditions in most parts of Europe.
The JRC has launched a new pseudonymisation system, which will first be applied for the European Platform on Rare Disease Registration.
The new observatory will help put the EU on the path towards a sustainable, carbon-neutral and circular blue economy.
A JRC-developed tool will help countries identify where best to build solar and wind energy installations
63 regions, seven cities and four Member States have been selected in the pilot project for Partnerships for Regional Innovation, an initiative developed together with the Committee of the Regions.
Low winter cereal production expected in North Africa and Middle East; Drought worsens in East Africa
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) has just released its 2021 Annual Report which provides highlights from how the organisation supported the European Commission’s political priorities, and key achievements from 2021.
A new taxonomy of classification criteria for prevention programmes across the EU will help take stock of existing initiatives and facilitate a harmonised approach.
According to the April issue of the JRC MARS Bulletin - Crop monitoring in Europe, published today, weather conditions in most parts of western, northern, and north-central Europe were adequate for winter crop development, and allowed for the good progress of spring sowings and other field operation
The new IRMM-3000a series is a diluted version of the IRMM-3000 series certified in 2021, a set of highly enriched uranium material standards needed for calibrating mass spectrometry measurements of nuclear samples for nuclear safeguards and security