New Deep Earth Imaging research aims to enable the exploration industry to ‘see’ and unlock the earth’s deep mineral, energy and water resources.
New x-ray technology will bombard rock samples to help us locate gold and other metals.
Thanks to new technology, future mining will happen mostly underground, be low impact and produce less waste.
A new metal-based smart material can shield our soldiers against a broad spectrum of toxic chemicals, reducing the number of casualties.
The Maia Mapper is our latest and most advanced instrument in our armoury in the search for minerals.
A new study has used a mobile phone survey to reveal how better relationships can be formed between mining companies and local communities.
They’re priceless to the athletes that invest years of hard training and personal sacrifice, and can attract millions of dollars in sponsorship money. But what is an Olympic gold medal actually worth?
We’re looking at ways in which the world can maintain economic growth while reducing its primary material use – ending the pattern that has driven world economic growth over the past four-and-a-half decades.
Our MagSonic technology produces magnesium metal at the speed of sound. Not only is it fast, the process also consumes 80% less energy and produces 60% less carbon dioxide emissions than traditional methods.