At the JRC Ispra ECVAM laboratory we investigate and promote non-animal methods for biomedical research and toxicology.
The Joint Research Centre is developing a measurement system to support allergic consumers and food companies.
Exploring the environmental impacts of food consumption with the example of African cocoa.
Food fraud has high economic costs, as well as a negative impact on the reputation of honest food providers and consumer trust in genuine quality food, not to mention their health.
Do you want to learn about the global environmental impact of EU citizens' consumption? Consult the FIGARO database to assess the impact of globalization.
How much energy can you potentially generate by installing solar panels at your home if you have them installed?
Pesticides are widely used in European agriculture but some can negatively affect human and ecosystem health. Certified Reference Materials are used to guarantee food safety.
JRC's Whole Body Counter is part of the nuclear decommissioning unit's radiation protection laboratories and monitors radioactive contamination within the human body.
EU scientists are working to analyse and identify synthetic drugs, in a fight against a rapidly-growing market.
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