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source:Ming.comThe Nechalacho Rare Earth mine hosted last week the ceremonial commissioning of the sensor-based ore sorter at Canada’s first producing rare earth mine, in Canada’s Northwest Territories.Vital Metals Limited (ASX: VML) began rare earth production at its Nechalacho project, 110 kilometres east of Yellowknife in early July.SIGN UP FOR THE SUPPLIERS DIGESTMembers of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation joined in the event and witnessed the first production of rare earth concentrate from one of the world’s richest deposits.Nechalacho is unique because it is the first time in Canada th...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 29
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source:CNAAustralia's Lynas Rare Earths on Monday (Jul 26) reported record quarterly revenue, as robust demand led to a jump in sales of the metals it mines and offset softness in prices of neodymium and praseodymium (NdPr).Demand for NdPr and other rare earth materials has rebounded from a pandemic-driven drop last year as electric vehicles continue to gain popularity amid a global push to reduce carbon emissions.NdPr is also used in magnets for windfarms, gadgets like smartphones, and military equipment, and Lynas and other western producers stand to benefit from efforts by the United St...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 27
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source:scienceFor 2 decades, physicists have strived to miniaturize particle accelerators—the huge machines that serve as atom smashers and x-ray sources. That effort just took a big step, as physicists in China used a small “plasma wakefield accelerator” to power a type of laser called a free-electron laser (FEL). The 12-meter-long FEL isn’t nearly as good as its kilometers-long predecessors. Still, other researchers say the experiment marks a major advance in mini accelerators.“A lot of [scientists] will be looking at this like, ‘Yeah, that’s very impressive!’” says Jeroen van Tilborg, a las...
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source:Nevada TodayShow share menuShare to FacebookShare to TwitterAssistant Professor David Cantu of the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering has received a CAREER award to advance research in the efficient and sustainable extraction of rare earth elements, which are vital to the production of modern technologies. The CAREER awards are presented through the early-career development program of the National Science Foundation. Recently, Cantu was kind enough to share his thoughts on the research he will pursue with the CAREER award. In addition to its potential applications in ...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 26
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