The Government of Canada’s new science and technology policy should be good news for the mining industry and for Canada’s pre-eminent..
Geologists rule. Finally, after years of being “used and discarded” during short-lived spikes in the mining cycle, “there’s enough..
Exploration geologists and astrobiologists share a keen interest in sampling and analyzing rocks for their metallic content, but while..
Three Northern Ontario mining companies will participate next year in a pilot project designed to find out if crops suitable for producing..
It’s a busy time to fly with all the global activity of mergers, buyouts, consolidations, increased exploration and inflated commodity..
Metals contaminating the soils surrounding mine sites can be slowly removed by the root systems of plants, a process known as..
Knowing how things work used to be the key to industrial success. Today, you have to know how things change. At the national level and in..
A multi-million dollar research project led by Dr. Greg Baiden, Chief Technology Officer at Sudbury-based Penguin Automated Systems Inc.,..
More than 500 delegates will gather at Laurentian University in Sudbury Oct. 19-27 to discuss how mining companies can avoid doing damage..
In the last few years, the Sudbury Area Mining Supply and Service Association (SAMSSA) has been focused on expanding its membership and..