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Laurentian competes in NASA Challenge

A team of Laurentian University students had high hopes for scooping up the half million-dollar prize at NASA’s Regolith Excavation..

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Ontario’s Federated School of Mines a global leader

Northern Ontario can probably claim title to the largest number of mining-related training and post-secondary programs in the world. This..

December 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

The creative heart of mining

In September 1998, the National Mining Association in the U.S. presented its vision for the mining industry for the year 2020. 2009 is the..

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Laurentian University receives final funding for Vale Inco Living with Lakes Centre

  Laurentian University has received $5,152,676 from Industry Canada’s Knowledge Infrastructure program for its Vale Inco Living..

September 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

The wisdom of the market

Suppliers who believe in the wisdom of the market have already started pumping money into marketing and promotion. Purchasing agents may..

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Vale Inco acquires VR tool for seismic interpretation

Ground control engineers at Vale Inco’s Creighton Mine in Sudbury have a new virtual reality (VR) tool for interpreting seismicity and..

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Laurentian graduates first PhD in Engineering

Laurentian University’s School of Engineering awarded its first PhD in Natural Resources Engineering April 15th. José Saavedra-Rosas..

June 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Laurentian University wins Mining Games

Laurentian University mining engineering students won the 19th annual Canadian Mining Games at the University of Toronto February 19 –..

June 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Students win engineering competition

Four engineering students from Laurentian University won the Ontario Engineering Competition, Junior Design Category, in competition..

June 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Prediction is a risky business

Prediction is a risky business. Until a month ago, Australia’s Labour government was predicting that long-term expansion in China would..

March 1, 2009 with 0 Comments
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