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Consultation now open for CRM Substitution Roadmaps! - Deadline 27/02/15

CRM_InnoNet Roadmaps for Substitution of Critical Raw Materials The overall aim of CRM_InnoNet is to create an integrated community that will drive innovation in the field of critical raw material substitution for the benefit of EU industry. Part of the activities to achieve this aim has focused on the elaboration of roadmaps to explore pathways for future technology development...
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Free event on Materials Security in Berlin

The Materials Security SIG in conjunction with the UK Science and Innovation Network are running a cross European event at the British Embassy in Berlin on 1st and 2nd December 2011. This free event is titled: 'Resources That Don't the Earth '.   This event seeks to encourage collaboration between UK and Germany as well as The Netherlands, France, Finland,...
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The use of the elements in consumer technology

“Sustainability is not just about carbon or carbon dioxide, it is also about the sustainable use of the planet's finite mineral and material resources. The availability, affordability and sustainable supply of a number of important chemical elements used in high technology electronics means that there is a growing need to reduce, reuse and recycle technology such as mobile...
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An update; Chemistry Innovation's work on Strategically Important Materials

Over the past 9 months Chemistry Innovation’s Sustainability Manager Dr Mike Pitts has been working on the issue of Strategically Important Materials. Chemistry Innovation has been working closely with Materials and Environmental Sustainability KTNs on this topic, helping to develop the new Materials Security Special Interest Group (which you can join). Mike is now also project...
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Mission to Japan on Materials Security - expressions of interest requested

Materials Security and the UK Economy - Mission to Japan Environmental Sustainability KTN (together with Chemistry Innovation and Materials KTN) are leading a Mission to Japan in the autumn and are seeking expressions of interest . The mission will align with the new Materials Security SIG . This mission will allow UK companies to identify business...
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Free event on Materials Security in Berlin

The Materials Security SIG in conjunction with the UK Science and Innovation Network are...

Mission to Japan on Materials Security - expressions of interest requested

Materials Security and the UK Economy - Mission to Japan Environmental Sustainability KTN...

An update; Chemistry Innovation's work on Strategically Important Materials

Over the past 9 months Chemistry Innovation’s Sustainability Manager Dr Mike Pitts has...