Did you know that airborne radon, a radioactive gas, is the largest source of natural radiation? Its particles are the second most common cause of lung cancer after smoking.
The European Cancer Information System collects cancer statistics from EU countries to improve prevention and care programmes.
EU scientists are working to analyse and identify synthetic drugs, in a fight against a rapidly-growing market.
The most complete, consistent, global, free and open dataset on human settlements – from the village to the megacity.
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.
Learn what JRC scientists do to ensure that no harmful chemicals are released from materials that your food comes into contact with.
JRC is one of the major producers of reference materials worldwide
Alex has a problem. Discover how the tool for sharing EU spatial data, INSPIRE, helped solve it.
The JRC Data Catalogue is a centralised, open-access inventory for data produced by our researchers and is available to all
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