The Repair3D project along with M3dloc, and NanoInformaTIX projects, are featured in the “Advanced Materials Research for Industrial Applications and Society” article published in the Results Pack by Cordis, the European Commission’s Research and Innovation Information Centre.
The Results Pack showcases the groundbreaking work of these projects, which are driving advancements in materials research and have a positive impact on various sectors, such as the climate change and the environment. To read the full article, please visit this link.

The 2nd Open Day Workshop of the Repair3D Project is taking place on the 30th May 2023 as a hybrid event in Brussels, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Brussels City. For more information, please visit the Open Day dedicated page, following this link.

Repair3D partner IRES, was invited to give a lecture on how SMEs can support the transition towards Circular Economy in the frame of the MSc on Bioeconomy, Circular Economy & Sustainable Development course at the University of Piraeus (Greece).
The presentation slides provided by partner Coordinator NTUA, included general information about the Repair3D project. The lecture had the aim to motivate participants to learn more about the circular approach on composites. Around 20-25 persons (academic students and professionals) attended the event that was organized on 17 December 2022.

IRES represented the Repair3D project at the World PM2022 Congress & Exhibition, which took place from 9-13 October 2022 at the Lyon Congress Centre (LCC) in Lyon, France. IRES was invited to give a talk on “Sustainability in & for AM“, where they also presented the Repai3D and nanoMECommons project’s related results.

A video shooting took place on the 29 September 2022 from the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, related to experimental activities of RNano NTUA (Repair3D Project Coordinator)

The activities related to the Repair3D project, demonstrated for the “Education” News Program, were specifically the electrochemical synthesis of graphene oxide, this was presented by George Konstantopoulos, PhD Candidate of NTUA.