Dive into Knowledge: DysCovery Project Partner KTH to Host Summer School 2024

Excitement is building as KTH Royal Institute of Technology, a key partner in the DysCovery project, prepares to host an enriching and immersive Summer School event on 18 September 2024.

Celebrating Achievements: Highlights from the M23 Project Meeting in Ljubljana

The DysCovery project recently reached a significant milestone with the successful convening of the M23 Project Meeting in the charming city of Ljubljana, Slovenia, on November 24, 2023.

MONOLITHOS in RAW Materials 2023 conference in Athens

MONOLITHOS Catalysts & Recycling Ltd. was a bronze sponsor of RawMat2023 Conference and had the privilege of hosting Session C2: Substitution and Recycling of Critical Raw Materials in the Automotive Sector – The Industrial Perspective.

New Publication: “Development of a Process to Recycle NdFeB Permanent Magnets Based on the CaO-Al2O3-Nd2O3 Slag System”

We are excited to announce the publication of our latest research paper titled “Development of a Process to Recycle NdFeB Permanent Magnets Based on the CaO-Al2O3-Nd2O3 Slag System” in the esteemed MDPI Journal, Processes.

MONOLITHOS in EIT RAW Materials Summit 2023 in Brussels

We are thrilled to announce that our project coordinator, MONOLITHOS Catalysts & Recycling Ltd., made a significant impact at the RAW Material Summit held in Brussels from May 15 to 17, 2023 participating as a gold sponsor of the event.

Milestone Achievements Unveiled: M18 Project Meeting in Aachen Reflects DysCovery’s Progress

In a dynamic showcase of collaboration and innovation, the DYSCOVERY project reached a significant milestone with the successful culmination of its M18 Project Meeting held on March 3, 2023, in Aachen, Germany.

CATURA Shines at IRTC Conference 2023: A Spotlight on Magnet Recycling and Manufacturing

We are thrilled to acknowledge the stellar participation of CATURA, a valued project partner in DysCovery, at the IRTC Conference held in Lille in February 2023.

TUBAF Takes the Stage at DESY Workshop: Unveiling Insights on Rare Earths Recycling

DysCovery proudly highlights the impactful participation of our esteemed project partner, TUBAF (Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg), at the DESY Workshop held in Hamburg on February 7, 2023.

New Publication: “Preprocessing and Leaching Methods for Extraction of REE from Permanent Magnets: A Scoping Review”

We are delighted to announce the publication of a scientific paper titled “Preprocessing and Leaching Methods for Extraction of REE from Permanent Magnets: A Scoping Review” in the esteemed international MDPI AppliedChem journal.


We’re excited to announce that CATURA GEOPROJECTS, a key collaborator in the DysCovery research project, recently presented a compelling poster at the Re-Mine Extractive Waste: New Business event held on 17th-18th May 2022 in Mechelen, Belgium.


The 2-day symposium “(Re)Mining extractive waste, a new business?” gathers leading experts in the field of mining and/or remining of extractive waste. The latest evolutions in the field, novel concepts and business cases will be presented, including case studies from both historical and active mining sites.

Press release for Kick-Off meeting

We are delighted to share the exciting news of the successful kick-off meeting that marked the initiation of the DysCovery Project. Hosted in the heart of Athens, Greece, by the support of our project coordinator MONOLITHOS Catalysts & recycling Ltd., the event was a pivotal moment that set the stage for our collaborative journey at the forefront of permanent magnets recycling. 

DYSCOVERY project successfully launches with Kick-Off meeting in Athens

We are delighted to announce the successful kick-off meeting of the DysCovery research project, which recently took place in the vibrant city of Athens, Greece on January 28th, 2022.

Website Launch

We are pleased to announce that our project website has been launched.
Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors an easier way to learn about DYSCOVERY’s progress and to browse information based on their own choice.