Green goop yields a breakthrough

Gillian Woodford

Two Laurentian University researchers discovered that mine tailings in Sudbury contain algae with antimicrobial and anti-cancer properties

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Future Prospects

Institutional innovation

Alexandra Lopez-Pacheco

As the mining industry reinvents itself with cutting-edge automation and digitalization technologies, universities are transforming their offerings to ensure students will have the skills to meet the industry’s rapidly evolving needs and play a part in leading the change.


Social standing

Kelsey Rolfe

With the recent tailings dam failure in Brazil, investors want more transparency around the inherent risks of mining


Diamond Typing

SRC and CIM Magazine

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) shares key learnings from their research and experience in diamond processing, as well as mineral processing and analysis


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Digital twins in mining and mineral processing

Sohail Nazari

A digital replica of a mineral processing plant won't recover any metals on its own, but it is an essential element to optimizing operations using the latest technologies available. Sohail Nazari of Andritz explains

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