MICROMINE’s ALS partnerships aim to create an environment for real time learning and provide students with valuable on the job skills. MICROMINE’s Academic Licencing Scheme (ALS) has been introduced in over 120 academic institutions world-wide and now expands to three new universities in Indonesia.
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Micromine allows students to use and experience valuable on the job skills through its easy-to-use features
MICROMINE’s Academic Licensing Scheme (ALS) continues to assist students with industry based learning and on the job skills by partnering with the University of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (SD Mines) in 2016 and beyond.
More than 15 million Americans live within a one-mile radius of unconventional oil and gas (UOG) operations.
Kal Tire’s Mining Tire Group and the University of British Columbia have formed a research partnership that will allow the two organizations to collaborate in developing technology and innovative solutions for the mining tire industry.
PeopleMine seeks to connect individuals who work, or aim to do so, in the resources sector.
Researchers at the Canadian University of British Columbia (UBC) have isolated organisms that cause acid-rock drainage in mining operations.
Scam artists have turned their attention to the mining sector's large legion of job-seekers, several of whom are already out thousands of dollars.
The Carbon Scout was designed to help gold mine operators optimise process plant efficiency and reduce gold losses is to be brought to market in a collaboration between Curtin University and Gekko Systems.
To allow more cooperation and information-sharing, the heads of South Africa’s four university mining schools have launched Mining Engineering Education South Africa (MEESA).
EduMine's mining campus just became a lot smarter, with expanded training content that covers the mining workforce and delivery by an LMS platform designed for mining.
New study shows that mining and milling uranium contributes very few greenhouse gases to the total emissions produced by nuclear power generation.
Where are we going to find these workers? The short answer is that we are not going to find them in mining.
Scottish researchers say discarded items of modern life contain as much as 7% of all the world’s gold.
Experts warn Canada's mining industry faces a looming risk it's not ready to deal with — lack of access to workers with the skills needed in an upswing.
New software that enables an optimal, streamlined approach to mine plant shutdown scheduling to fast track maintenance was the overall winner at today’s Curtin Commercial Innovation Awards, resulting in $15,000 for its inventors.
The new method is expected to be especially useful in early stages of the condition and could also be used in the treatment of other chronic neurodegenerative diseases.
More than 20,000 tonnes of toxic arsenic trioxide released from the now-shut Giant gold mine wiped out entire populations of algae and invertebrates from lakes nearby, study shows.
The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME) is pleased to announce the sponsorship of eight members to attend the 9th annual Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA) conference, November 9-12, 2016, in Falls Church, VA.
Design of chutes, which are a vital link in any conveyor system, are often an afterthought when designing the main conveyor system.
Study argues it would be cheap and simple to retrain coal workers for solar jobs.
Leading manufacturer offers industry learning experiences.
Recommendations regarding better site investigation procedures, and stricter adherence to tailings management procedures are obvious steps in the right direction.
The Health and Safety Division of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME) has issued two white papers authored by industry specialists who share their knowledge, experience and commitment to enhancing health and safety best practices in the workplace.
Judging of the 250 entries in the 2016 Aurecon Bridge Building Competition has begun, with the first of eight judging events around the country commencing today at the Adelaide Judging Day of entries from 13 schools at the Art Gallery of SA.
The company gave 27 University of Toronto mining engineering students a firsthand look at the industry.