One of the main tasks of the ERA-MIN project is to define a research agenda on innovative technologies and solutions to make European industry less dependent on supply of raw materials from outside Europe. This research agenda will be the basis for the first calls generated by the ERA-MIN consortium and will be used as input for the Horizon 2020 program, European Innovation Partnership on Raw Materials and the many related programs, projects and initiatives in the field of raw materials.
The ERA-MIN research agenda focusses on five areas:
ERA-MIN and substitution
The ERA-MIN research agenda on substitution is developed by a working group of industrial and academic experts led by the Materials innovation institute (M2i) in the Netherlands. This working group defined five key areas that must be addressed by substitution related research. For each key area a prioritization of substitution targets is given. For more information on the ERA-MIN program, visit the ERA-MIN website www.era-min-eu.org.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research,
technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 319024.
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