The world is looking to shift to electric cars and reduce CO2 emissions in transport. To feed this new demand, electric-vehicle battery technology is developing rapidly, with new manufacturers entering the market.
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.
Cancer is not just one problem. Different types of cancer affect populations in different ways.
The Joint Research Centre is developing a measurement system to support allergic consumers and food companies.
The bioeconomy already makes a strong contribution to the overall EU economy. It contributes close to 5% to the EU gross domestic product.
Nuclear waste helps cancer patients. You find it hard to believe? Discover Targeted Alpha Therapy in this video.
The Vehicle Market Surveillance Facilities carry out emissions and safety tests on cars placed on the EU market.
JRC researchers engaged over a hundred of stakeholders and experts in a foresight process looking at the future of EU’s Open Strategic Autonomy by 2040 and beyond.
The Copernicus Emergency Management Service contributes to safeguarding our planet and us.
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