The December 2014 issue includes the following features:
- An invitation and registration link for the Third Innovation Network workshop that will be held on 11 February 2015 in Brussels
- An announcement of the public consultation for the project substitution roadmaps. The will open in January and run for four weeks - so stay tuned!
- A link to a survey to submit your ideas about the value and continuation of the Innovation Network
- A close-up on D’ Appolonia one of CRM_InnoNet’s partners.
- A summary article with useful links from the Information Day organised by the EC's Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) in October to present the Calls of the Horizon 2020 on Societal Challenge 5 (Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials)
- An article about the seminar that Cefic organised with ERRIN and the East and North Finland EU Office to examine the ways the European Regions and the chemical industry can work together towards sustainable use of raw materials
- A list of upcoming events focused on Critical Raw materials
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More on CRM_InnoNet
CRM_InnoNet 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. SusChem is a
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 email the project secretariat at the UK’s Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and you can also follow the project on Twitter.