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The MOTOPED project in gear

Home / News The MOTOPED project in gear The current Covid-19 health crisis has sped up the world’s inclination towards online learning. Both industry and academia need modules that fit their need for up to date quality learning. Training paths n​eed to be time-independent so that learners can study anything, anytime, anywhere. The new MOTOPED …

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Meet Aäron Plovie, the new SINReM administrative and technical coordinator

Home / News Meet Aäron Plovie, the new SINReM administrative and technical coordinator Aäron Plovie is the new administrative and technical coordinator of SINReM. He graduated in 2010 as Master of Science in Biochemistry and Biotechnology at Ghent University. Aäron started his career as research and teaching assistant at the Laboratory of Aquaculture and Artemia Reference …

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SINReM temporarily moves online in response to COVID-19

SINReM temporarily moves online in response to COVID-19

Home / News SINReM temporarily moves online in response to COVID-19 The SINReM master programme has temporarily moved online as a result of the current university closures, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Staff are working hard to minimise the impact on the student learning experience, and to ensure that all the planned learning outcomes are …

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Special symposium at ICHMET2020 in Korea

Home / News Special symposium at ICHMET2020 in Korea SINReM welcomes you to attend our special symposium on “Metals in the circular economy: novel, sustainable technologies for metal recovery from ores and wastes” at the ICHMET2020 conference which will be held from 25-29th October 2020 in Seoul, Korea, and to submit an abstract for presentation in …

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SINReM students win Sustainable Development Goals Copernicus Hackathon

Home / News SINReM students win Sustainable Development Goals Copernicus Hackathon Two of our SINReM students won the Sustainable Development Goals Copernicus Hackathon. As part of the four-headed ExaMine team, SINReM students Mridul Pareek (India) and Antonio Mires Valdez (Peru) won the first prize with the solution their team put forward for the challenge ‘Raw …

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