A new recommendation, based on the latest scientific evidence, to increase the number of screenings, covering more target groups and more cancers.
The European Commission will use the findings of 4 JRC studies as input for a proposal to revise the EU rules on the information provided to consumers as part of the EU’s ‘Farm-to-Fork’ Strategy and Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan.
To mitigate the damaging effects of wildfires, harmonised procedures for wildfire risk assessment are needed at the Pan-European scale, enhancing planning and coordination of prevention, preparedness, and cross-border firefighting actions
The JRC and the European University Institute (EUI) will provide Ukrainian researchers with a 12-month fellowship scheme to pursue a postdoctoral programme at the EUI in Florence.
Interview: How the JRC helps consumers with reparability scores.
Two experts in economic development reveal the vision for Asturias’s future. It is green and digital.
Scientists at the JRC perform cutting-edge research for finding ways to produce better batteries and to recycle them.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre today published the “Drought in Europe - July 2022” report, an assessment of Europe’s drought situation based on the European Drought Observatory.
Equans operations manager Jos Molnar talks about how JRC Best Practices helped his data centre minimise its environmental footprint. And win an award.
Understanding the underlying mechanisms of forest resilience is of paramount importance to develop sound conservation and management plans.
The JRC has been assisting Italy’s first-of-a-kind energy community with data, know-how, and simulation capacity.
The science is clear: we must act now to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and biodiversity collapse. EU science and digital solutions can help to make the big changes.
Digital solutions have vast potential to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Our report explains how digital tech could support the EU’s green transition.
A JRC report published today sheds light on the key requirements that can make or break the EU’s green and digital transitions.
Improvements in aligning environmental and climate monitoring in the Western Balkans but implementation is patchy.
1200 municipalities in the EU are marked by multiple attributes of lonely places, such as depopulation, poor access to services, slow internet connection. But solutions exist.
Today, the Commission organises a conference hybrid and in Brussels on the contribution of Artificial Intelligence in making key public services available online in the EU.
The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) celebrates a decade of operation as a world leader in emergency mapping, early warning tools and open-access disaster information.
Creating communities of practice, involving educators of different backgrounds, and allowing for personal reflexivity in a flexible curriculum are just a few elements that can make an intercultural classroom more inclusive.
A JRC-developed tool will help countries identify where best to build solar and wind energy installations