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Aim of the network/project
As the European Commission's knowledge and science service, the JRC plays a central role in creating, managing and making sense of collective scientific knowledge for better EU policies.
Independent scientific evidence for EU policies
- As the European Commission's science and knowledge service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) supports EU policies with independent scientific evidence throughout the whole policy cycle.
- We create, manage and make sense of knowledge and develop innovative tools and make them available to policy makers
- We anticipate emerging issues that need to be addressed at EU level and understand policy environments
- We collaborate with over a thousand organisations worldwide whose scientists have access to many JRC facilities through various collaboration agreements.
- Our work has a direct impact on the lives of citizens by contributing with its research outcomes to a healthy and safe environment, secure energy supplies, sustainable mobility and consumer health and safety.
- We draw on over 50 years of scientific experience and continually build our expertise in knowledge production and knowledge management.
- We host specialist laboratories and unique research facilities and is home to thousands of scientists.
The JRC has six sites in five EU countries (Brussels, Geel, Ispra, Karlsruhe, Petten, Seville)
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