We’re delivering breakthrough innovation to create a more productive, sustainable and globally competitive mineral resources industry for the benefit of Australia and the world.
Our geochemical sampling technique is helping mineral exploration companies hone in on new targets for their next big discoveries.
We invented a new smelting process to produce phosphates for fertiliser. Called PyroPhos, it eliminates harmful waste found in other phosphate production processes and creates a valuable by-product which can be used in construction.
Capturing a mining site’s tiny, yet complex microbial community, and putting it to work to ‘clean itself up’, could bring a revolution in water remediation efforts.
New X-ray technologies reveal some of the incredible processes that took place in Earth’s geological history – and should help us identify new high value ores.
An accidental prospector has sparked a gold rush after making an extraordinary gold discovery while mustering cattle in a helicopter.
With global demand for battery technology set to soar, Australia is well placed to deliver the raw materials and take advantage of a battery metal bonanza.
One of the key questions any industry must consider is: what is left behind when it is finished. For coal seam gas, this question is crucial.
We’ve poured the country’s first cyanide-free gold using our clever process in an effort to put an end to the use of toxic chemicals to extract the yellow metal.
Solutions like our ‘tornado in a tank’ are extending the life of plant equipment to save industry millions of dollars, while cutting energy and water use.
We’re working with Classic Minerals Limited to see if tree size is associated with areas of deep gold deposits in their Forrestania tenement in Western Australia.
Copper miners can slash their energy and water use thanks to a breakthrough ore sorting analyser that uses similar technology to MRI.
The first installation of a revolutionary x-ray analysis system for gold is now open for business at Ausdrill’s MinAnalytical labs in Perth, Australia.