Giulia Viero (ECOR Project Specialist) attended the annual meeting of the ScaleUp4Sustainability (S4S) consortium – held last month in Linköping, Sweden.
The S4S project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and headed by the University of Oldenburg, Germany.
All partners aim at bridging students’ knowledge and practice, developing new teaching modules together with leading enterprises including ECOR.
In the infographic below you can see the most important results of the sessions held during 14-15 January 2020 on how best to involve European students in green venturing.
The project is half-way and countless ideas to engage academia, students and business realms have been turned into concrete steps under the form of bootcamps hosted by entreprises and workshops, just to cite some examples.
In the Netherlands, ECOR is partnering up to involve Dutch students in the realization of the S4S project objectives by co-developing the Circular Materials Excellence Centre (CEMEC), a virtual and physical playground for circular innovators, designers and builders.
Keep an eye on our activities for the 2020!
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