ENGIE project coordinator Éva Hartai from the University of Miscolc has been nominated by EIT RawMaterials for the EIT Women Leadership Award for her activities in international projects, mostly for the successful coordination and management of our ENGIE project,...
The movie ‘ENGIE: Why are geosciences important for society?’ has been selected to be included within the Earth Futures Festival 2022 as part of its Official Selection. This means that the movie has been chosen as one of the top 50 films out of the 972 films...
A contribution by Ana Alcaine, European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) Food A supernova is the explosion of a star, that results in sudden great increase in brightness. We believe that now is the time for women to shine in deeptech entrepreneurship...
A contribution by Iva Kolenković Močilac and Ana Maričić On June 10th, 2022, after spending three days in the beautiful Luleå we took an afternoon train to Kiruna, the northernmost town in Kingdom of Sweden, located at the north of the Arctic circle. The journey...
About ENGIE ENGIE is an EIT-funded project which aims to raise the interest of young girls for geosciences and the related engineering disciplines, and thus to improve the gender balance in these professions that are traditionally dominated by men. Although the focus...
A contribution by Dr. Elena-Luisa Iatan, National Association of Professionals in Geology and Mining, Romania Minerals and rocks stand at the foundation of human society. The International Mineralogical Association officially recognizes nearly 5,700 mineral species on...
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