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BRACKET project held third transnational meeting

Partners of the Boosting a novel and innovative tRAining approaCh of Key Enabling Technologies – BRACKET  project met for the third transnational meeting in Larissa, Greece, 8-9 November 2019.

Dr David DeVallance, InnoRenew CoE’s research group leader for Renewable Material Composites, and Nežka Sajinčič, assistant researcher, joined the meeting to review the past year of work on the Erasmus+ project and plan future work and production of training materials related to key technologies – nanotechnology, biotechnology and advanced materials.

The InnoRenew CoE is contributing to the project, of which BRACKET’s main goal is to develop an open platform for e-learning for VET centres by producing all of the intellectual outputs, including background research on key enabling technologies of advanced materials and creating training materials for VET learners and trainers.