A new certified reference material will help ensure that milk formula for infants is safe from processing contaminants.
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 “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.
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.
High climate engagement positively influences the inclusion of a social dimension in climate policies implementation, a JRC analysis of 362 cities shows.
The latest Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) progress report aims to draw together the latest developments in technological innovation for a carbon-neutral future.
The October edition of the JRC's Anomaly Hotspots of Agricultural Production (ASAP) assessment is now available.
The new JRC report Research and Innovation in Transport Safety and Resilience in Europe, maps European innovation efforts to achieve this goal and identifies the main areas to focus on, such as human factors, cyber security and climate-proof infrastructure.