INDUSTRIAL MINERALS

Harvard research finds clean way to extract rare earths

Researchers from the Harvard John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) may have found a clean alternative to processing rare-earth metals

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Rare-earth metals are in almost every piece of technology we use

Rare-earth metals are in almost every piece of technology we use

Rare-earth metals - the 17 chemically similar elements at the bottom of the periodic table - are in almost every piece of technology we use, including mobile phones, wind turbines and electric cars. As...

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