At the JRC Ispra ECVAM laboratory we investigate and promote non-animal methods for biomedical research and toxicology.
Cancer is not just one problem. Different types of cancer affect populations in different ways.
The Joint Research Centre is developing a measurement system to support allergic consumers and food companies.
Nuclear waste helps cancer patients. You find it hard to believe? Discover Targeted Alpha Therapy in this video.
Along with the vaccination drive, large-scale testing has become a key tool in the fight against the pandemic. The JRC is compiling information on COVID-19 test devices and making it publicly available.
To support the Africa-EU partnership, the JRC has developed a new online platform to access data and information about Africa’s social, economic, territorial and environmental development.
The video presents the organ-on-chip laboratory set up at the EU reference Laboratory for alternatives to animal testing (EURL ECVAM) of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre.
A bibliometric analysis of Africa-focused research by the Joint Research Centre to support science diplomacy.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC), in Karlsruhe, Germany, supports the development of medical applications of radioactive elements.
JRC report highlights how our gut microbiome could influence COVID-19 severity.
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