Items in this journal issue consider BIF-hosted deposit unit differentiation using multivariate Gaussian processes on measure while drilling data, defining geologic domains using cluster analysis and indicator correlograms; and economic geology and genesis of kaolin resources in the East African Rift system and more.
Papers in this new journal issue include a look at a virtual monitoring method of operation conditions for mining and transporting equipment based on real-time data, safe exploitation of developed pillars of a coal seam above fire affected areas and a digital hierarchical model of lumpiness of blasted rock mass.
Containing papers regarding microwave fragmentation of a synthetic alundum-pyrite ore, a study of the kinetics of the magnesium leaching from serpentine bearing chromite overburden rocks for mineral carbonation and vanadium extraction from stone coal.
IOM3 has welcomed the Environmental Audit Committee’s report on Electronic Waste and the Circular Economy published today and the steps laid out to move from a linear model to a more circular economy for electronics.
UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak has delivered the Spending Review today in which he announced the Government's spending priorities for 2021. Of main focus was the announcement of £55bln to help tackle COVID-19 next year as the country continues to battle the pandemic.
Due to continued uncertainty surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the current market conditions, unfortunately, the Rolls 6 organising committee has taken the decision to cancel the conference, which had been scheduled to take place at One Great George Street, London on 23-25 June 2021.
Researchers from a consortium of UK universities, led by Professor Ian Reaney in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Sheffield, will help develop a national strategy to improve the sustainability of glass, ceramics, metals, paper, cement and bulk chemicals industries.
IOM3 will be responding to the National security and investment: mandatory notification sectors consultation as part of the government’s reform of its powers to scrutinise and intervene in business transactions to protect national security.
A report produced by Ankara University, Turkey, detailing the results of a preliminary study of modified graphene materials for use against SARS-CoV-2, concludes that these materials significantly inhibit viral infection and possess anti-viral activity towards SARS-CoV-2.
Papers in this journal issue include a look at calcium phosphate bone cements prepared by the sol–gel method, the effect of BaO on the structure and properties of bismuth-based low-melting glasses and the effect of Zr on the properties of perovskites.