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More EU labs opened up

The European Commission’s in-house evidence service, the Joint Research Centre, has made more of its laboratories available for external researchers to use.

The JRC announced on 29 July that it was opening up two labs in Petten, in the Netherlands, which have facilities for climate research, as well as two additional labs in Karlsruhe, Germany, which are equipped for nuclear research.

Twelve laboratories in Geel, Belgium; Ispra, Italy; and Karlsruhe have already been used by scientists from 24 countries since the JRC opened its facilities to external researchers in 2017.

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