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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

Two more inductees enter SAMSSA’s hall of fame

Two more Northern Ontario champions of industry have been inducted into Sudbury’s mining supply hall of fame, recognizing their hard work..

March 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Sudbury to host 2010 ventilation symposium

Announced at the 2008 symposium in Reno, Nevada by the Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers underground ventilation committee, it..

March 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Free visualization software released

Driving innovation is the goal for Sudbury’s Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation’s (MIRARCO) new open..

December 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

New software product optimizes schedules

New scheduling software developed by MIRARCO Mining Innovation, a not-for profit research organization based at Laurentian University in..

December 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

MIRARCO CEO touts bioleaching

 A more environmentally friendly way to extract metal from sulphide-based and iron-containing ores and mineral concentrates is receiving..

December 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

Ontario firing on all cylinders

Mining suppliers serving the red hot mining industry in Northern Ontario can be excused for thinking they’re on a different planet. While..

September 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

Dynamic Earth adds mutimedia exhibits

The complex science that turns Sudbury’s copper and nickel-rich deposits into common everyday products is unveiled in Dynamic Earth’s..

September 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

Synchrotron sheds light on metal toxicity

Electrons racing around a synchrotron, or particle accelerator, at close to the speed of light on the campus of the University of..

June 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

The beauty of mining machines

Mining is a rough industry and nowhere is it as challenging as Northern Ontario’s deep, hardrock operations. The mines are hot, dirty and..

March 1, 2008 with 0 Comments
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