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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
source:Business NewsNorthern Minerals is set to leap back into rare earth exploration at Browns Range in WA's Kimberleyregion, tabling a plan to drill up to 10,000m.The upcoming reverse circulation drilling will follow up onthe last field season that generated numerous stellar rare earth oxide hits including 12m going 0.43per cent TREO from just 34m.orthern Minerals is set to leap back into rare earth exploration at Browns Range in WAs Kimberleyregion, tabling a plan to drill up to 10,000m. The upcoming reverse circulation drilling will followup on the last field season that generated nume...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 19
source:The ExploristMagnetostriction is a property of ferromagnetic materials. This phenomenon causes the materials to expand in response to a magnetic field.The effect causes the buzz of fluorescent lights and electrical transformers and occurs when a material’s shape and magnetic field are linked.Recently, scientists from the University of Michigan have come up with a material that’s at least twice as magnetostrictive and cheaper than other materials. Along with computing, this new material could also lead to better magnetic sensors for medical and security devices.Scientists developed this ...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 17
source:InsideSources“It is clear that the demand for key minerals and rare earth metals will skyrocket in the years ahead,” says Michael Stumo, CEO of Coalition for a Prosperous America. “These are the raw materials needed to make President Biden’s clean energy plan a reality.”It’s not hyperbole. A new analysis from the International Energy Agency (IEA) says supply chains for the elements that make green tech possible — copper, lithium, cobalt, and nickel — aren’t being developed outside of China to meet the growing demand. For example, IEA projects lithium demand for the electric vehicle revo...
Release time: 2021 - 05 - 14
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