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EIT Manufacturing - Newsletter 04/2019

Highlights from the on-going and coming activities!
Industrial Internet Campus is a co-innovation lab for students, researchers and companies

Highlights of April:

  • April has been a month of delivery for the EIT Manufacturing partnership. Our 2020 Pre-Call for proposals closed on the 8th of April with impressive outputs.
  • April has been also a month of intensive preparations for the CLC Workshops that will contribute to the elaboration of the EIT Manufacturing Strategic Innovation Agenda 2020-2026.
  • Activities of the EIT Manufacturing pillar-related Working Groups (WGs) have been also on-going in April.

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