AGEMERA was present at the RawMat 2023 event in Athens

AGEMERA was present at the RawMat 2023 event in Athens

One of the AGEMERA partners joined the RawMat 2023 conference in Greece to promote the UNFC framework, a core goal of the project

We are slowly leaving summer behind, coming back from longer (or shorter, for the unlucky ones) holidays with renewed forces and ideas. And we are happy to announce that we already kicked off this autumn season (which will entail many events for our partners to disseminate the project). 

Our partners at TUBAF have joined the RawMat2023 event, an international conference focusing on raw materials and circular economy, which took place on 28-30 August in Athens, Greece. 

Ariful Islam, our colleague from TUBAF, conducted a presentation whose topic was "The Application of International Standards to Evaluate the Potential of Sustainable Secondary Production of Tin and Tungsten in Portugal". The aim was to disseminate the UNFC Framework, of which we've spoken about on our website before. Valuable connections were made as well, introducing the project to several interested scientists who were present at the event. 

RawMat2023 brought together experts from the academia, engineers, early-stage, but also senior scientists, industry executives, policy makers, and various other professionals in the field of raw materials and circular economy, to exchange knowledge and share insights across disciplines. 

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