The European Federation of Geologists has recently joined the ERA-MIN consortium.
The Yale Environment 360 review has just published an article by Nicola Jones mentioning ERA-MIN.
A shortage of "rare earth" metals, used in everything from electric car batteries to solar panels to wind turbines, is hampering the growth of renewable energy technologies. Researchers are now working to find alternatives to these critical elements or better ways to recycle them.
ERA-MIN Joint Call 2015 - RESULTS
Six new projects have been selected for funding in the 3rd Joint Call:
1 BatRE ARES - 2 BIOCriticalMetals - 3 CHARPITE 4 COGITO-MIN - 5 HITEM - 6 REMinE
photo: Tamás Hámor
ERA-MIN is a network of European organisations owning and/or managing research programs on raw materials.
It is currently comprising 19 partners from 15 countries. The number of partners is set to increase over the project’s lifetime to form a major network for the European non-energy mineral raw materials research community (ENERC).Our members
To contribute to overcome the current state of fragmentation and to foster research in the field of industrial production and supply of raw materials by :