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University of Saskatchewan graduate student, Latham Hamlin investigates the mineral’s elastic and time-dependent properties in order to make mining operations safer


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Break the Code, Not the Rock: Computed Tomography for Potash

Sponsored by CIM Magazine and Saskatchewan Research Council

X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanning is a non-destructive technique that reveals detailed 3-D structures that cannot be identified by visualization or 2-D X-ray radiography. 

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