Friday, 2 May 2014

Latest CRM_InnoNet Newsletter published

The latest (sixth) issue of the CRM_InnoNet newsletter (below) has just been published and is available to download from the project website.


The May 2014 issue includes the following features:

  • The Second CRM Innovation Network Workshop coming up on 14 May in Brussels including speaker announcements and a last chance to register.
  • A short summary of the CRM_InnoNet presence at the Industrial Technologies 2014 in Athens from 9 to 11 April. The project was present at the SusChem booth and you can download the CRM_InnoNet poster prepared for the event, which was attended by some 1200 delegates.
  • A preview of the Critical Raw Material Supply Chain Analysis for the Transport Sector which will be published during in May/ CRM_InnoNet has looked at applications in this sector that are dependant on critical raw materials (CRM) to get a better understanding of CRM supply risk to European industry and how to address them.
  • A company profile for project partners Tecnalia.
  • News on upcoming events and much more.

Please feel free to share the newsletter with your networks and colleagues

What is CRM_InnoNet?
The project is a Coordination and Support Action (CSA) funded under FP7 that is creating an integrated community to drive innovation in the field of critical raw material substitution for the benefit of EU industry.

The European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on Raw Materials aims to play a major role in securing a sustainable supply of raw materials for Europe and has set itself an ambitious list of targets to achieve by 2020. CRM_InnoNet’s goals complement those of the EIP on Raw Materials and the project will seek to align its outputs with those of the EIP.

The CRM_InnoNet consortium is comprised of recognised and experienced key actors across the value chain of substitution of CRM representing academic, research and industry bodies of relevant sectors that will ensure a wide European coverage and high potential to engage other necessary players across the ERA.

For more information on CRM_InnoNet email the project secretariat at the UK’s Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and you can also follow the project on Twitter.

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