Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) and CIM Magazine have collaborated to bring you the Diamond Webinar Series. Through it, SRC will share key learnings from their research and experience in diamond processing, as well as mineral processing and analysis, to assist mining companies achieve greater efficiencies in their operations. They will also discuss what technologies are needed to better recover the various diamond populations.

What is the Diamond Webinar Series?

In this series of four webinars, SRC’s experts will share valuable insights on the following topics:

1. Why Plant Recovery Audits Improve Performance Did you miss this webinar? Watch the video of the first in the series.

For more information, check out Jane Danoczi and Suzanne Johnston's blog post on plant audits.

2. Finding Your Next "Big One" Intact: Understanding and mitigating diamond breakage. Watch the video of the second in the series.

3. Magnetic Susceptibility Assessments. Watch the video of the third in the series.

4. Diamond Typing, Luminescence and Optical Sorting (December 11). Watch the video of the final webinar in the series.

Who is this webinar series for? 

Geologists, consultants, mine supervisors/managers, plant design consultants and engineers, and process and environmental engineers who work for mining companies or who are interested in learning about operational improvements.

What are the learning objectives for the webinar series?

Educate: Help companies learn to find process efficiencies so they can improve yields and increase profitability

Identify: Provide solutions to potential issues mine operators might face

 About SRC

The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is one of Canada’s leading providers of research and development and technology commercialization. SRC’s Mining and Energy team provides services that meet industry needs across the mining cycle for a wide range of commodities, including diamonds, uranium, potash, lithium, base metals, precious metals and rare earth elements. We provide technological solutions and testing, from exploration and design/feasibility to operations and closure. 

Learn more about SRC Mining and Energy