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Metalysis–ESA Grand Challenge (closed)

Metalysis–European Space Agency (ESA)
This challenge has closed.
Tags: ESA Space 4.0, X-ray diffraction, X-ray fluorescence, Raman spectroscopy, Infrared spectroscopy, Laser spectroscopy, Neutron scattering, Electrochemical cells, European Space Agency, Space
Audience: Other
Anticipated Funding: €500,000
Applications close: February 15, 2019
Last Updated: April 1, 2019 1:01 AM
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The Challenge

Metalysis in South Yorkshire (UK), has spent more than a decade developing and scaling up its electrochemical technology; a process that converts refined oxides and ores directly into valuable metal alloy powders used in 3D printing for aerospace, automotive and high-value manufacturing.

ESA invites competitors to devise process-monitoring systems that will work with the Metalysis electrochemical cells in space. Entries should be based on the electrochemical technology of Metalysis and support sustainable operations and outer planetary exploration from long-term space settlements.

Eligibility Criteria

For complete details on the eligibility criteria that govern the Metalysis–ESA Grand Challenge please refer to the website.

Terms and conditions

For complete details on the terms and conditions that govern the Metalysis–ESA Grand Challenge please refer to the website.

How to apply

To submit an application for the Metalysis–ESA Grand Challenge please refer to the website.

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