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University research to help junior explorers

Rio Tinto has announced that non-confidential laser mineral analysis technology developed by geoscientists at the Austalian Research Council’s (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Ore Deposit Science (CODES) will be offered to junior explorers for free to facilitate discovery of the next major mineral deposit in Australia.

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The University of Tasmania is contributing to Australian greenfields exploration

The University of Tasmania is contributing to Australian greenfields exploration

The technology was developed by a team of geoscientists led by professors David Cooke and Bruce Gemmell at the University of Tasmania, and was supported by AMIRA International research projects. Rio Tinto...

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