Isabelle is an Environmental Engineer at the JRC's Seville site. From the south of Europe, she uses science and data to advise key policies that impact the lives of millions of Europeans.
What the data tell us about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on migration flows from Africa to Europe.
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A data tool that looks into the world's most pressing issues and allows for more informed policymaking.
Take a look at the wide range of projects the Competence Centre on Participatory and Deliberative Democracy is working on to engage citizens in policymaking.
Using SELFIE! How does this free online tool for work based learning work? Schools, teachers, and students can all improve how they use digital technologies in their classrooms.
The pursuit of a more equal and fairer Europe requires extensive knowledge on prevailing inequalities across multiple life domains.
If you are a designer, architect, engineer, scientist, student, entrepreneur or a creative mind, consider joining the new European Bauhaus movement.
Are you a teacher? And are you looking for new ways to use digital technologies to improve and innovate education and training?
NetBravo is a mobile app developed by the Joint Research Centre to help measure the quality of mobile and broadband connections as experienced by users anywhere in the world.
About JRC Digital Media Hub
JRC Digital Media Hub helps you easily discover how the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) scientific research and advice are linked to our daily lives in the European Union.
You can explore our vast collection of animations, infographics, games, videos, virtual tours and other media by any science topic or Commission Priority according to your interests.
We are proud to tell about EU Science and open our doors to you. We invite you to explore and share our engaging digital content.