On 22 October 2020, the Danish cMDF organised their fourth workshop, and second that focused at working with schools to define how social manufacturing can be included into their teaching curriculum.

The workshop focused on the defining the requirements and next steps to be followed until the actual pilot. One of the key outcomes of the workshop was a clear overview of the steps and process to be followed up until the deployment of the mobile unit and defining the terms of the collaboration.

26 October 2020
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Samuel Almeida
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