The board of trustees said they didn't believe in divesting from the fossil fuel industry until there are competitive and readily available alternatives.
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MICROMINE’s Academic Licencing Scheme (ALS) expands into the University of Nevada Reno (UNR) signing a new Academic Agreement
MICROMINE’s Academic Licence Scheme (ALS) works with more than 115 college and university partners around the world to help attract and develop talented students and teachers who can help achieve a more technically proficient global mining workforce.
The new method would allow for specialized plants, which are critical for biodiversity, to be re-established faster around old iron ore mines.
While Queensland's miners axed 22,000 positions between 2013 and 2015, health and community services created new jobs for almost double that number.
They are definitely making more than those working in forestry, manufacturing, finance and construction.
A one-of-a-kind field school that provides myriad benefits to University of Saskatchewan (U of S) graduate students and the Stó:lō people of British Columbia has been recognized by the American Society of Applied Anthropology, earning the prestigious Robert A. Hackenberg Memorial Award for 2016.
Northern College has pledged to the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship’s (NACCE), an organization dedicated to creating economic vitality through entrepreneurship.
SME data confirms rise in number of degrees conferred by U.S. schools
Colorado School of Mines ranked world’s best university in inaugural ranking
Fresh research shows a new role for bacteria in cycling platinum group metals in soils and sediments, offering a better understanding of how to search for them.
Edmonton-based group aims to re-train 1,000 jobless workers into solar panel installers by 2018.
Today, professionals can improve their valuation by using Geostatistics, a group of techniques that model spatial processes and allow estimation of values at unsampled locations.
While the shock has certainly been the largest for oil-producing regions, the issue has rippled through to other industries and provinces.
The Goodman School of Mines and Laurentian University are proud to announce the inaugural Goodman Gold Challenge (GGC), an investment management competition for undergraduate students. The competition will be held at Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario from February 22 to February 25, 2017.
Failure of a tailings facility may significantly affect the share value of a mine or its mining company
Here's what went wrong and how the impacts could have been minimal.
Scientists from the University of Exeter will lead a ground-breaking new collaborative research project to discover crucial new deposits of essential raw materials across Europe.
TIMMINS, ON: Northern College, Haileybury School of Mines has a new initiative underway; the creation of a Northern School of Hard Rock Mining, offered in partnership with Kidd Operations. One of the first programs offered […]
The Mount Polley failure in Canada, in 2014, and the tailings facility failure at the iron ore mine at Samarco in Brazil in November 2015, are fresh reminders of the need for proper training in all aspects of design, operation and management of tailings facilities.
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada (February 16, 2016) – The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI), in partnership with SNOLAB, is pleased to announce the launch of a global Request for Proposal (RFP) for business start-ups […]
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There is increasing demand in the mining industry for raising the standard of NI43-101 reporting for mining projects.
While mining has historically affected its surrounding environment, advances in technology and changes in water management techniques mean that many negative impacts are now avoidable.
While companies cut, employers in the resource and mining industry have expressed concern over growing skills shortages.
Technique likely to become an inexpensive way to uncover rich copper deposits.