Research partnership to open doors for mining firms

A newly struck partnership between two of Canada’s pre-eminent research institutions located in Sudbury and Saskatoon may well open up entirely new knowledge of environmental workplace safety for the mining industry.

The Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO) has recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Canadian Light Source (CLS), the national synchotron research facility located at the University of Saskatchewan. This mandates the two non-profit organizations to collaborate on any number of research efforts stemming from mining firms, or even their own internal projects….more at Northern Ontario Business