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source:Investors ObserverWhat is going on with TMRC?Texas Mineral Resources (TMRC) stock jumped today after the company announced that USA Rare Earth had exercised its option to acquire 80% of the Round Top Heavy Rare Earth, Lithium and Critical Minerals Project in Hudspeth County, Texas from TMRC. Shares of TMRC increased 9.6% to $2.22 as of Thursday at 10:23am.What does this mean for Texas Mineral Resources?USA Rare Earth's acquisition of the land will give TMRC a direct injection of funds, and will allow the company to offset costs of managing the area as it will now be deferred to USA ...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 21
source:Powder Metallurgy Revieweam members from Pensana, px Group and Wood Group began work on-site at the Saltend Chemicals Park where the rare earth separation facility will be located (Courtesy Pensana Rare Earths Plc)Pensana Rare Earths Plc, headquartered in London, UK, reports that the first steps to establish the UK’s first rare earth separation facility have been put into motion with the recent COVID-19 restrictions being eased in the UK.Team members from Pensana, along with representatives of px Group, an infrastructure solutions company; and Wood Group, an engineering consultancy, all...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 20
source:POPULAR SCIENCEThe device you’re using to read this article almost certainly operates by placing its zeroes and ones in bits of semiconductor, namely silicon—which constantly needs electricity to function. In a world that’s pushing for net-zero carbon emissions, that sort of energy use won’t do. Luckily, researchers are working on fundamentally changing how computers work—which could lead to powerful, lower-energy devices. One way of doing that is to build a computer with magnets.Researchers at the University of Michigan, collaborating with chip-maker Intel, have created a new iron...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 20
source: Post RegisterIDAHO FALLS — Every year, it takes millions of gallons of water to clean, peel and slice Idaho’s potatoes before they’re processed into any number of products from tater tots and animal feed to industrial starch.As a result, Idaho potato processors must treat and dispose of a large amount of wastewater that contains organic matter, silt and sand.But now, new research from Idaho National Laboratory suggests that potato wastewater might serve well as a low-cost food source for a special bacterium that could be used to recycle high-tech devices, industrial catalysts and other...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 19
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