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Call for EIT RawMaterials Projects 2021 is open!

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Developing raw materials into a major strength for Europe

As of 29 October 2019, EIT RawMaterials officially opens the Call for Projects 2021 with the following deadlines:

  • Proposal registration and submission platform ‘Seedbook‘ goes online: early November 2019
  • Proposal registration deadline: Friday, 17 January 2020 at 13:00 CET
  • Proposal submission deadline: Friday, 28 February 2020 at 13:00 CET

EIT RawMaterials Core, Associate or Project Partners are encouraged to submit their proposals for Upscaling, Education and RIS projects. Non-members are eligible to apply (see conditions described in the call text).

We encourage our partners to submit new project proposals that will generate a significant impact on European industrial competitiveness, innovation capacity and human capital, as well as empower students and entrepreneurs driving towards the circular economy and the contribution towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Call for Projects 2021 - Innovation (EIT RawMaterials)
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