SUSMAGPRO Newsletter – Nr. 1 / 2022

Happy New Year to all our readers!
2022 is already well under way – however, we want to seize the opportunity of the first quiet few days in January to look back on some of the achievements the last quarter of 2021 has brought. 
From the release of the SUSMAGPRO project video to the first stop of our roadshow and an exciting collaboration with H2020 project SecREEts – find out all about the latest project activities and developments in this newsletter!
The SUSMAGPRO Consortium at the last partner meeting in December 2021
Meet the Team
Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) in SUSMAGPRO Click play below to take a peek behind the curtain with scientist Dr. Benjamin Podmiljšak of project partner Jožef Stefan Institute – Slovenia. 
All Eyes On
DiscoveREEs – a Virtual Citizen Lab by SecREEts & SUSMAGPROThe Horizon 2020 project SecREEts, coordinated by SINTEF, and SUSMAGPRO share the same goal: to establish a secure supply of critical Rare Earth Elements (REE) in Europe. Naturally, this opens the door to a lot of opportunities to cooperate and explore synergies. Together, the outreach partners in the projects have now developed an interactive platform where interested citizens can explore issues and solutions around Rare Earths and their role in our everyday lives and share their views. Click on the image to dive into DiscoveREEs!
Project Update
The first SUSMAGPRO Project Video is readyThe animated video, which had been some time in the making, has finally been released! Click play below to learn more about Rare Earth magnets and what SUSMAGPRO is all about!
Further News & Events
First SUSMAGPRO Roadshow Stop at Pforzheim UniversityOn 30th September 2021, an interactive SUSMAGPRO exhibition took place as part of the opening of the Centre for Precision Technology at Pforzheim University. It marked the first stop of the SUSMAGPRO roadshow and included the demonstration of a pilot process developed in the frame of the project: the automated separation of rare earth magnets from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). Read more about the event here.

Further roadshow stops are currently being planned – stay tuned for more details and locations!
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