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Critical Metals can be profitably recovered from low-grade Ores and Waste

Critical and economically significant metals, such as cobalt and nickel, can be recovered profitably from metal refining wastes as well as ores with lower than usual concentrations. This was demonstrated by an EU project coordinated by VTT, which developed new and combined existing recovery methods. Various stakeholders interested in using low-grade ores and waste can evaluate the valorization of raw-material streams with the webtool developed in the project.

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PhD Candidate makes Waves at international Engineering Conference

“I began my research after questioning how, despite advances in concrete research, little has changed over the last years around the way we design and build our infrastructure”, Ioanna said. “Developments in nanomaterials and nanotechnology create many opportunities for developing truly biomimetic infrastructure with self-diagnosing and healing capabilities.”

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Leading Edge Materials reports Spheronising Test Results from Woxna Graphite Project, Sweden

Leading Edge Materials Corp. (“Leading Edge Materials”) or (“the “Company”) (TSXV:LEM) (Nasdaq First North: LEMSE) (OTCQB: LEMIF) is pleased to provide the latest results from spheronisation test work undertaken on graphite from the Woxna graphite mine in Sweden. Woxna is a fully constructed mine, with all processing, waste management and infrastructure in place. During 2017, Woxna was granted an extension to its operating license until 2041.

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ILF provides Expertise for Hydropower for South Korea

ILF Consulting Engineers was assigned a contract to support a research project regarding operation and maintenance of pumped storage power plants by the Sejong University in Seoul in the Republic of Korea. The project is supported by KHNP (Korea Hydro Nuclear Power Company), owner and operator of all existing pumped storage power plants in the Republic of Korea.

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EU Project NEXT (New Exploration Technologies) started

On 23 and 24 May 2018, the research project Next, financed by the European Union as part of the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, started with a kick-off meeting in Rovaniemi, Finland. Next will develop new geomodels, novel sensitive exploration technologies and data analysis methods, which together are fast, cost-effective, environmentally safe and potentially more socially accepted.

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Coffey's Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Practice receives Award for Excellence

AES Award CroppedCongratulations to Coffey’s Research, Monitoring and Evaluation Practice who were recently awarded the Australasian Evaluation Society Award for Excellence (Public Sector Category) for their work on the Australasian NGO Cooperation Program evaluation. The evaluation of DFAT’s longest running NGO program was commissioned by the Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE) and conducted in partnership with them.

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