A new copper find in South Australia has the potential to easily boost production.
BLUETOOTH technology is being used to increase the efficiency and precision of diamond drilling.
The larger coil not only covers more ground in less time but its improved depth detection also helps search for gold previously too deep to detect.
A system to stop mines from caving in will be used to safeguard new projects in Mongolia.
The finding has Archer Exploration Limited’s 2873 sq km Eyre Peninsula Graphite Project on track to become one of Australia’s first new-era graphite mines.
A 3D model showing underground landscapes to a depth of 100km of an entire Australian state has been launched.
Using bacteria to extract minerals from ore is showing the potential to replace dangerous processing chemicals such as cyanide in the mining industry.
Adelaide-based Reclaim PV has teamed up with major solar panel manufacturers who distribute in Australia and is refining its processes as well as lobbying for panels to be included in recycling regulations.
SOME of the first geological images of one of the world’s last unexplored mineral frontiers have glimpsed the mining potential of Australia’s vast Nullarbor Plain.
The University of South Australia has formed a collaborative research funding partnership with Centrex Metals Limited in a bid to use the cutting-edge technology to significantly reduce energy and water usage, and therefore the cost of mineral processing using molten salts.
A DEVICE to cut fuel use by 10 to 15 per cent while reducing the exhaust emissions of internal combustion engines will be targeted at the mining and transport industries.
Lincoln Minerals has been granted a 21-year lease for the 300-hectare Kookaburra Gully graphite project on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula.
South Australian company OZ Minerals has designed a refining process that allows it to increase the quality of its copper concentrate and exponentially reduce export costs.
As society becomes more dependent on technology, metals like lithium are in high demand.
A COMPANY creating Bluetooth devices to help the mining industry run more efficiently is expanding its technology for use in everyday life.
South Australia produces about 4 million tonnes of gypsum per year, accounting for about 80 per cent of Australia’s production and supplying most of the country’s domestic requirements.
The South Australian Government has launched its long-term Copper Strategy to produce and export more than $8 billion of copper a year and entrench the state as one of the world’s major suppliers of the metal.
AN ‘Internet of Things’ cluster designed specifically for the mining and energy resources sector is set to boost productivity, efficiency and safety in the industry.
The world is well-versed in the power of disruptive technologies, but what about disruptive metals?
ADVANCED remote monitoring systems are quickly helping reduce some of the massive operational costs faced by mining operators.
Using advanced photonics, Dr Agneszka Zuber and Associate Professor Heike Ebendorff-Heidepriem's method can find gold nanoparticules at detection limits a hundred times lower than current methods such as X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and X-ray Fluorescence (XRF).
SOUTH Australia has launched a 3D model of its Eastern Gawler Craton to aid new mineral discoveries.
3D model will provide explorers a new way of looking at the State's mineral resources held within the Eastern Gawler Craton.
Dehydration can be a serious health issue for Australia’s mining industry, but a new product to be developed with input from Flinders University’s Medical Device Partnering Program (MDPP) is set to more effectively help mine managers implement their health and safety policies.