EIT RawMaterials is a European initiative financially supported by the European Union, aiming to improve innovation in the raw materials value chain. Our activities cover the whole raw material value chain of metals and other minerals: from exploration to mining, and from processing to recycling, substitution and eco-design.
Matchmaking event in Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, 22-23.3.2016, aims to bring together SME's, research organisations, universities and large companies, to form high quality project consortia.
During the Spring of 2016 we are opening a call for our partners to apply funding for e.g. technology upscaling and demonstration projects, as well as a continuous call for SMEs and Start-ups to apply for funding. It is also possible for SMEs and start-ups to partner with large companies, universities and research institutes to launch upscaling and demonstration projects.
Baltic Sea Region Partners together with key actors in the metals and minerals sector:
- Show during event in Tallinn how large actors in the raw material sector are building their ecosystems of industrial suppliers and market channels
- Using chance to promote and boost ideas to large firms and/or actors in the EIT RawMaterials' Baltic and European Network
- Shares information about how you can benefit from EIT Raw Materials funding instruments
Stay connected! http://mi.ttu.ee/rawmaterials
|From EIT_Raw_Materials Partners meeting, 22-23.3.2016|
EIT RawMaterials has 120 partners, including some of the most significant industries in the sector such as Outotec, Sandvik, Höganäs, Metso Minerals, Atlas Copco, LKAB, Boliden, BASF, UMICORE, Arkema, ArcelorMittal Maizières Research, H.C. Starck and Mondragon Corporation. More info on our focus areas: http://eitrawmaterials.eu/downloads/knowledgeandinnovation.pdf
Department of Mining, Estonia - http://mi.ttu.ee/mining
Mining Research - http://mi.ttu.ee/research
Mining Horizon projects at Horizon 2020 - http://mi.ttu.ee/horizon2020
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