iPRODUCE newsletter 02 is out.

In this second (winter) edition, we highlight:

  • A review of our iPRODUCE event – The Social Manufacturing Paradigm: co-creating with manufacturers, makerspaces and consumers.
  • iPRODUCE’s participation at FABxLive2020, EFECS and involvement in a summer school.
  • Activities by four of our cMDFs (Germany, Denmark, Spain, and Greece).
  • Access to the many deliverables we’ve prepared over 2020.
  • Review of some of our upcoming activities.

Read our newsletter at the following link.

11 January 2021
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Samuel Almeida
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