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.