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source:Ming NewsPensana (LSE:PRE) announced today that team members from Pensana, Wood and pxGroup are on site at the Saltend Chemicals Park in the UK conducting geotech drilling and trenching for the foundations of its rare earth processing hub, ahead of main construction later in the year.The company said that this marks the start of building the world’s first sustainable rare earth separation facility with a target production of circa 12,500 annualised tonnes of rare earth oxides, including 4,500 tonnes of magnet metal rare earth oxides which would represent approximately 5% of 2025 project...
Release time: 2021 - 08 - 25
source:URdupointMOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 23rd August, 2021) The Russian Federal Nuclear Center - VNIIEF plans to launch its UFL-2M laser, or the so-called Tsar-laser, which is the most powerful in the world, at full capacity in 2027, Vyacheslav Solovyev, the scientific director of the center, said.'The first line of our device, about a quarter of channels, will be launched at the beginning of the next year, [the laser will run] at full capacity in 2027,' Solovyev told Russian nuclear industry newspaper 'Strana Rosatom.'The device will help resolve different issues con...
Release time: 2021 - 08 - 25
source:the west AustralianASX-listed junior explorer, Taruga Minerals has delivered multiple broad and high-grade rare earth element hits at its Mt Craig copper project in South Australia. Other critical battery metals such as lithium, scandium and vanadium were also intercepted. Results include an impressive 9m hit going 1,059 parts per million total rare earth oxide or “TREO”, which adds a new dimension to Mt Craig that was considered to be a copper play.The 100 per cent owned Mt Craig lies on the copper-rich Adelaide Geosyncline within the G2 structural corridor that is famous for copper pr...
Release time: 2021 - 08 - 24
source:HACKADAYToday, prostheses and exoskeletons are controlled using electromyography. In other words, by recording the electrical activity in muscles as they contract. It’s neither intuitive nor human-like, and it really only shows the brain’s intent, not the reality of what the muscle is doing.Researchers at MIT’s Media Lab have figured out a way to use magnets for much more precise control, and they’re calling it magnetomicrometry (MM). By implanting pairs of tiny ball magnets and tracking their movement with magnetic sensors, each muscle can be measured individually and far more accurate...
Release time: 2021 - 08 - 23
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