MSP-REFRAM organised its second workshop in Brussels from 27-29 September 2016. Building on the results and feedback collected during the first workshop, it opened discussions on potential innovation pathways that optimise the balance between resource availability and usage.
The event gathered 30 participants, including experts who exchanged on potential substitutions and assess innovative product/service design and business models that may bring change in the current value chain.
During two days, partners in the project presented their work on tungsten, rhenium, niobium, tantalum and molybdenum and collected feedback from the members of the External Experts Committee.
Please follow the link below to access all of the presentations that were given during the workshop. Access is restricted to partners of the project only.