Paper overtakes wood in exporton 26 November, 2013
The latest issue of Australian forest and wood products statistics, released recently by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES), gives an overview of forest and wood product trends for 2012–13.
Moratorium extension welcomed by farmerson 25 November, 2013
Farmers recently welcomed Victorian Premier Denis Napthine’s commitment to maintain the moratorium on fracking until at least mid-2015.
Better mining laws welcomedon 25 November, 2013
Amendments to New South Wales’ petroleum onshore and mining acts have been welcomed an improvement on the current regulatory framework for farmers and landowners.
Mission planning for mining excavators – excellence in automationon 21 November, 2013
CRCMining’s latest research in automation of mining excavators addresses the problem of planning and executing automated excavation sequences to minimize excavation cost, with a novel multiple-level-of-detail approach.
Water jet-assisted blast hole drilling a step-change for mining productivity says CRCon 21 November, 2013
CRCMining is developing a ground-breaking high-pressure water jet system to improve blast hole drilling performance.
PhD program examines crystalline alloyson 07 November, 2013
Bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) are a relatively new class of metal alloy exhibiting an amorphous (glassy) structure.
New appointments at CRC OREon 06 November, 2013
CRC ORE would like to congratulate five staff members on their new appointments with the Centre.
Innovative IESon 06 November, 2013
CRC ORE is continuing development on the Integrated Extraction Simulator (IES) which will be featured at the 2013 Annual Assembly in November.
Keeping in touchon 04 November, 2013
For an organisation like Ninti One, covering the vast area of Remote Australia, the heartbeat of what we do consists of keeping in touch with our partners and stakeholders.