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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..

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Innovation council crafts strategy

About 10 years ago, the federal government in Australia made mining and other resource development research a national priority. Since..

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CEMI searching for a few good ideas

The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) wants to help mining supply and service businesses develop ideas that have been..

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Vale Inco donates $10,000 Kubota prize to Miners for Cancer

Vale Inco has donated a $10,000 cash prize from Kubota Canada to Miners for Cancer in support of the Northern Cancer Research Centre. The..

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Laurentian spearheads new Geology programs

Laurentian University’s Mineral Exploration Research Centre (MERC) and the Department of Earth Sciences have spearheaded the introduction..

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Company helps develop innovative wire rope dressing

A Sudbury-based lubricant distributor has helped to develop a better-performing dressing for wire ropes used for underground skips and..

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Mining companies compete for job seekers

Hundreds of students thinking about entering the mining industry flocked to two recent mining employment and career fairs in the Sudbury..

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Automated hoist rope inspection wins rave reviews

An automated wire rope inspection system developed as a result of an R&D project by the Sudbury-based Deep Mining Research Consortium..

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Jannatec teams up for ventilation solution

Jannatec teams up for ventilation solution

Jannatec Radio Technologies Inc., a Sudbury-based company best known for its Johnny Light radio cap lamp, has partnered with two Quebec..

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Lakehead student wins engineering scholarship

An engineering student at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay has been awarded the 2008 AMEC Aboriginal Undergraduate Scholarship, one of..

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