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IIIEE researchers presented at "Fixing for Future" in Oslo

Mariana Lopez Davila presenting in front of a screen and a rollup. Photo.
Mariana Lopez Davila presenting at the Fix for Future event. Photo: Jessika Luth Richter

IIIEE researchers Carl Dalhammar, Jessika Luth Richter and Mariana Lopez Davila were invited to present their research at the “Fixing for Future” symposium on repair in Oslo November 18-19. The symposium explored the complexities surrounding product repair in a Nordic context. Speakers and participants from Finland, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway, from academia, industry, and other fields of practice, contributed with research, experiences, and debate. The IIIEE researchers presented findings about repair of electronics and white goods from their Formas-funded CREACE project.

More on the Fixing for Future event: https://www.sustainabilitylab.uio.no/events/fixing-for-future.html

More about the CREACE project and publications: www.repairsociety.blogg.lu.se