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Rana Pant, JRC scientist - Resource Efficiency

The Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's in-house science service, presents its Faces of Science series - showcasing the human face of the scientific advice supporting EU policy.

Bert Saveyn, JRC scientist - Economic Modelling

The Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's in-house science service, presents its Faces of Science series - showcasing the human face of the scientific advice supporting EU policy.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.

Jutta Thielen, JRC scientist - Hydro-Meteorology

The Joint Research Centre, the European Commission's in-house science service, presents its Faces of Science series - showcasing the human face of the scientific advice supporting EU policy.

The PESETA project

Do you believe climate change is real? Watch this video to see how scientists at the JRC study climate change and try to analyse different possible affects it could have on Europe. Why should we even think about these things? Will it help us be better prepared for what could happen?

Breathing Forest

Forests are the green lungs of our planet. During the day, trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce the oxygen we need to breathe. But at night, the process is reversed and the forest produces carbon dioxide. What does this mean for the global climate equation?

Water monitoring

With water shortages a growing problem around the world recycling waste water has become increasingly important. JRC researchers have come up with a cheap and efficient tool to control the safety standards of waste water in a development that should boost the recycling effort.

Water Lab

Explore! our real-life Water Innovation Support Laboratory and navigate first-hand, inside. See how we measure and characterise water in a lab.