Norwegian scientists receive EU funding to develop rare earths

Published: Thursday, 07 November 2013

Grant will be used to increase the availability of rare earths materials from waste

By Gerard O’Dwyer in Helsinki

Norwegian researchers have this week welcomed a €6m ($8.10m*) grant, approved by the European Commission to help develop new technology to recover rare earth elements from waste electrical and electronic equipment.

The funding will go to Norway’s Foundation for Scientific and Industrial...

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