Tuesday, 6 August 2013

CRM_InnoNet August Newsletter Published

The recently launched SusChem-supported CriticalRaw Materials Innovation Network (CRM_InnoNet) FP7 project, has just published its latest newsletter. The project aims to support Europe’s strategic objective to ensure the availability and supply of critical raw materials needed to secure the competitiveness of European industries. The project partners hope to achieve this by driving innovation and influencing policy in the field of substitution of critical raw materials. 

This third issue of the newsletter details CRM_InnoNet’s upcoming workshop on 16th of September 2013 in Warsaw, Poland. The workshop has three main objectives. The first is to present a value chain analysis for three key sectors (Energy, ICT and Electronics and Transport) in order to identify CRM-related bottlenecks. Second, to validate the analysis and identify next steps and lastly, to map potential technologies which may act as substitutes.

This issue also features CRM_InnoNet’s partner TUDelft and covers their research achievements and an article on how the substitution community should be preparing for Horizon2020. To read these articles and more read the newsletter.

To learn more about the project, please
visit the project website and for more information about the project, contact Antonia Morales Perez at Cefic. You can also contact the network by email and follow the project on Twitter via @CRM_InnNet.

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