Monitor the development, uptake and impact of Artificial Intelligence for Europe
We support policymaking with evidence on human behaviour
We enhance the knowledge base for policymaking on the bioeconomy.
We enhance the knowledge base, facilitate its sharing and foster cross-sectorial policy dialogue for EU policy making in biodiversity and related fields.
Our expertise on statistical methodologies and in developing sound composite indicators provides policy-makers with the ‘big picture’ for informed policy decisions and progress monitoring.
We provide a networked approach to the science-policy interface in Disaster Risk Management (DRM), across the EU Commission, Member States and the DRM community worldwide.
We all in Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality (KC-FFQ) produce and make sense of scientific information to protect the authenticity and quality of food supplied in the EU.
We foster a strategic, future-oriented and anticipatory culture in the EU policymaking process.
We support the EU global commitment to end hunger, achieve food security and improve nutrition through a dedicated, reinforced science-policy interface and a fostered inter-policy dialogue.
A reference point for public health policy makers with reliable, independent and up-to date information on topics related to promotion of health and well-being.
We advise and support EU policy making through ex-post causal evaluation and data-driven microeconomic analysis.
We provide independent scientific evidence for EU policymaking in migration and demography related fields.
We promote a responsible, coherent and transparent use of modelling to support the evidence base for EU policies.
The CC TT provides technology transfer policy related expertise and services to the European Commission and other institutions of the Union and operational support services to a broader range of stakeholders.
We support EU policymaking through better knowledge management on territorial (urban and regional) related issues.
We use text mining and analysis tools to extract information from online data, including traditional or social media, or from large public or proprietary document sets.