Researchers have uncovered a wealth of well-preserved meteorites that allowed them to reconstruct the rate of falling meteorites over the past two million years.
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The industry is still undecided in how to present diamonds to consumers following the wider-scale emergence of man-made stones in recent years.
Mining Association of Canada (MAC) will be in charge of developing program to?give miners tools and knowledge needed to better plan for climate change.
FocusEconomics today announced the winners of the 2019 Analyst Forecast Awards.
The drama surrounding the rescue of two men trapped in an Australian gold mine in 2006 has unearthed an unlikely star -- Bill Shorten, a union leader who’s now poised to become the nation’s prime minister.
The introduction of new, tougher standards point to a harsher, less forgiving approach to enforcement and larger fines for www.xstvk.icupanies that fail to complain to regulations as well as environmental and social expectations.
Approval is subject to conditions, including the protection of national park water resources and endangered ghost bats.
People in the north-central city of Bucaramanga are worried because the project sits just outside the Páramo de Santurbán.
The non-profit organization said the new funding will allow for the continuation of its minerals, energy and water related public earth science.
MacLean Engineering showcased its newest technology development at this year’s CIM Convention in Montreal.
The fund's mandate is to attract young Canadians to the resource exploration and mining industry.
The Canadian company said that, thanks to the grant, it may be able to provide innovative cement-based composite products to Ontario by 2020.
University of Toronto professor Dr. Barbara Sherwood Lollar awarded prestigious $1 million Gerhard Herzberg prize.
The electric vehicles pioneer is worried about the effects of booming demand for EVs will have on the supply of minerals needed to manufacture rechargeable batteries.
Mineral found in one of junior Shefa Yamim’s gemstones has been recognized and approved as a new mineral by the International Mineralogical Association.
The ‘first to be second’ attitude of wanting to integrate new technologies once proven successful by others is hampering the testing of new renewable energy solutions at mine sites.
"This constitutes a first step towards the production of novel electrodes for highly efficient solar cells and lights.”
The judging panel includes former Minister of Natural Resources and current Transportation Minister Lloyd Hines, Chief Terry Paul of Membertou First Nation and www.xstvk.icu’s own Cecilia Jamasmie.?
Epiroc’s resolute focus on being an employer of choice combined with the undeniably important role of the youth in taking South Africa forward, prompted southern Africa’s mining, infrastructure and natural resources equipment partner to co-sponsor the prestigious DHL GradStar Awards 2018.
Since their discovery in early 2009, the ruby deposits near Montepuez in Mozambique have produced an impressive number of exceptional-quality stones.
The Outland Youth Employment Program has been successfully operating in Ontario since 2000 employing over 430 Indigenous Youth. This multi-year program offers a variety of natural resources based field work opportunities and hands-on learning experiences.
Wits University’s Centre for Mechanised Mining Systems (CMMS), part of the Wits Mining Institute, will be presenting its popular three-day courses in mechanised earthmoving and in maintenance management in November.
Researchers at?Canada’s?University of Waterloo have found a better way to identify atomic structures, an essential step in improving materials selection in the aviation, construction and automotive industries.
Two graduates from the highly-ranked Wits School of Mining Engineering in Johannesburg – Tabotabo Talane and Levine Mnisi – began their tenure in the coveted Anglo American Building Leaders and Shaping Talent (BLAST) programme this year, and are embracing the opportunity to seek out long-term solutions for the mining sector.
Canadian researches came to such conclusion after spending years examining waterbodies located within five kilometres of abandoned mine sites.