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Interview P.T. Jones in MBlad on new book

SIM² KU Leuven coordinator Peter Tom Jones was interviewed by the cleantechmagazine MBlad concerning the launching of his new book Terra Reversa (EPO, 2016, co-authored by Vicky De Meyere) on the transition towards a low-carbon circular economy. The interview deals with Terra Reversa‘s 10 reasons for being optimistic from an environmental point of view. Both …

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SIM MaRes SBO project “SMART” approved!

SIM² KU Leuven is delighted to announce that its SBO project “SMART” has been formally approved by SIM & VLAIO. SMART stands for Sustainable Metal Extraction from Tailings. SMART is a strategic basic research project within the long-term SIM MaRes programme on “Materials from Solid and Liquid Industrial Process Residues”. This project, which was developed …

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New review paper on the recycling of NdFeB magnets

In the framework of the EU FP7 MC-ITN EREAN project (European Rare Earth (Magnet) Recycling Network) a new review paper has been published on the recycling of NdFeB permanent magnets. For this paper the lead supervisors of TU Delft, University of Birmingham, Fraunhofer Institute, Chalmers University and KU Leuven joined forces to provide the most …

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14 PhD students selected for EU H2020 MSCA-ETN COSMIC

On 10 October 2016 the official recruitment event took place in Leuven for the MSCA-ETN “COSMIC – European Training Network for Continuous Sonication and Microwave Reactors” within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission. From an initial list of 96 eligible COSMIC candidates, 23 were preselected for the Recruitment Event where they were interviewed …

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13 PhD students selected for ETN SOCRATES

On 12 September 2016 the official recruitment event took place in Leuven for EU Horizon 2020 MSCA-ETN SOCRATES, a training network project on the zero-waste valorisation of low-grade, critical metal containing industrial process residues. From an initial list of 115 eligible SOCRATES, 28 were preselected for the Recruitment Event where they were interviewed by 15 …

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15 PhD students selected for ETN NEW-MINE

On 6 September 2016 the official recruitment event took place in Leuven for EU Horizon 2020 MSCA-ETN NEW-MINE, the first ever Horizon 2020 project dealing with Enhanced Landfill Mining (see Press Release). From an initial list of 182 eligible NEW-MINE candidates, 29 were preselected for the Recruitment Event where they were interviewed by 20 NEW-MINE …

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