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EOI call-out for explorer challenge industry partner

The QEC is proud to announce a new partnership with the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy. The Vision 2020 Queensland Explorer Challenge is a celebration of open data inviting one mineral exploration company [...]

Robots kicking goals for Queensland

When Brisbane mechanical engineer Jeff Sterling founded Universal Fields Robots his goal was to bring fully-autonomous robots with industrial-scale capabilities to the marketplace. In 2019 – with the latest addition to the company’s prize cupboard [...]

Positives in our ability to manufacture minerals

From "The Conversation" by Anita Parbhakar-Fox, Paul Gow, Sustainable Minerals Institute, University of Queensland Last month, scientists uncovered a mineral called Edscottite. Minerals are solid, naturally occurring substances that are not living, such as quartz or haematite. This [...]

Australian Academy of Science welcomes Australia–US bilateral science and technology initiatives

The Australian Academy of Science welcomes a range of Australia–US bilateral science and technology initiatives announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison during his meetings in Washington. The initiatives include significant investment of $150 million into [...]

2019-09-24T03:56:21+10:00September 24th, 2019|Government, Investment, Latest news, Minerals Research|