How do you see the future of electromobility, smart electricity grids and homes?
At the JRC Ispra ECVAM laboratory we investigate and promote non-animal methods for biomedical research and toxicology.
A tested transparent approach that brings together 52000 industries and experts to put science at the heart of policy.
Fuel cells generate electricity through an electrochemical reaction involving hydrogen and oxygen atoms. This promising technology could help reduce CO2 emissions and is crucial to Europe's transition to green energy. See how our scientists develop fuel cell testing procedures and measurement methods.
The Joint Research Centre developed reference materials to ensure that coronavirus tests do not produce a false negative result for someone who is infected with COVID-19.
We support the gender equality strategy and monitor its key dimensions: free from violence & stereotypes, thriving in a gender-equal economy, leading equally across society.
The EU Gender Equality Strategy presents policy objectives and actions to make significant progress by 2025 towards a gender-equal Europe.
EU scientists regulate olive oil quality and identify fraudulent food using certified reference materials.
Certified reference materials are used to determine the level of mercury in fish.
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