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source:DALLAS INNOVATES“Graphene is truly a wonder nanomaterial that’s made of a single layer of carbon atoms.”Michael BozlarAssistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace EngineeringUT Arlington.…on his UTA team being awarded $300K from the National Science Foundation to help tap new sources of rare earth metals.In a story last week, we wrote about Bozlar and his team of fellow scientists at UT Arlington who received a $300K National Science Foundation grant to help tap new sources of rare earth metals for the U.S. supply chain.Rare earth metals power our tech-driven world, from smartphones ...
Release time: 2023 - 10 - 26
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source:SMALL CAPSPeninsula Energy (ASX: PEN) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Strata Energy Inc have established the Dagger uranium development project in the US state of Wyoming.The project boasts an initial inferred mineral resource estimate of 3 million tonnes at an average grade of 1037 parts per million uranium oxide for 6.9 million pounds of contained metal, based on historical drilling information.It sits approximately 20 kilometres north-east of the company’s flagship Lance project, which is on track for a commercial production restart within the next 12 months.Mineral rightsThe Dagger ...
Release time: 2023 - 10 - 24
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source:Mining TechnologyAustralian mineral exploration company Ionic Rare Earths has secured a large-scale mining licence from the Ugandan Directorate of Geological Survey and Mines (DGSM) for the Makuutu heavy rare earth project.The licence was secured by Rwenzori Rare Metals, a company in which Ionic Rare Earths owns a 51% interest, while Rare Earth Elements Africa (REEA) holds a 42% stake. Ugandan Partners holds the remaining 7% stake.Rwenzori holds a 100% stake in the Makuutu project, which covers around 298km² and includes six licences.Located 40km from Jinja and 120km from the Ugand...
Release time: 2023 - 10 - 23
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source:MARKETPLACEThe word “bacteria” doesn’t exactly evoke positive images, but scientists at Cornell University recently discovered a novel way to replicate and use a bacterium from Oneida Lake in New York state.It’s called Shewanella oneidensis, and it has a special affinity for the rare-earth elements — such as so-called lanthanides, metals that are important for clean, renewable energy technology.The bacteria can be used to process rare-earth metals through a method called biosorption, which is considered safer and less taxing on the environment than current means of extraction.Marketplac...
Release time: 2023 - 10 - 19
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