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SciAps introducing family of handheld analyzers for in-field analysis of lithium and rare earth elements source:Green Car CongressSciAps, already a global leader in handheld analyzers for fossil fuel-based energy industries, now offers its technology to the emerging electric vehicle, strategic metals, and overall green economy industries with a targeted line of next-generation handheld XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy) and LIBS (Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) analyzers, in response to predicted growth in exploration, production and recycling of both lithium and rare earth eleme...
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source:ScitechDailyLawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists have developed a new method for 3D printing living microbes in controlled patterns, expanding the potential for using engineered bacteria to recover rare-earth metals, clean wastewater, detect uranium, and more.Through a novel technique that uses light and bacteria-infused resin to produce 3D-patterned microbes, the research team successfully printed artificial biofilms resembling the thin layers of microbial communities prevalent in the real world. The research team suspended the bacteria in photosensitive bioresins a...
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source:Market Screener2021-10-14 EMR achieves completion of REAP rare-earth recycling partnershipA ground-breaking project to recycle the rare-earth magnets found in loudspeakers has been completed by EMR and its partners HyProMag and the University of Birmingham.The innovative project entitled Rare-Earth Extraction from Audio Products (REAP) has highlighted how advanced processes and technology can be used to create new sustainable and low carbon impact feedstock for the UK supply chain, recycling material which would otherwise be lost to landfill.EMR has a long track record of re-investing i...
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source:EconomistCanadian-based exploration company, Namibia Critical Metals recently recovered significant amounts of rare earth elements, dysprosium and terbium, from the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Deposit, following a series of feasibility tests.The company, which was granted a mining licence earlier in July this year, recently completed hydrometallurgical test work to develop a flowsheet capable of producing a high-grade rare-earth oxide product from a xenotime flotation concentrate.The positive hydrometallurgical test results allow for planning of value addition beyond the production of a xen...
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