The SUPREME Project, of which the EPMA is a key partner, has published its first newsletter 2018.

The SUPREME project aims at improving powder metallurgy (PM) processes throughout the supply chain and will focus on a combination of fast growing industrial production routes and advanced ferrous and non-ferrous metals. By offering more integrated, flexible and sustainable processes for powders manufacturing and metallic parts fabrication, the project aims to reduce raw material resource (minerals, metal powder, gas and water) losses while improving energy efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions.

The newsletter includes a forward from the coordinator, Dr Arnaud Witomski from CEA-Liten, an update regarding how the project has been promoted within the PM community so far, presentation video links from the consortium partners, details on the latest meetings and workshops and information regarding the consortium members.

A copy of the newsletter can be downloaded here and the project website is here.

This story uses material from the EPMA, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.