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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Infrared drones key to saving lives on mine sitesLife-saving infrared drones take centre stage at Queensland Mining Exhibition i
Infrared drones key to saving lives on mine sites
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Life-saving infrared drones take centre stage at Queensland Mining Exhibition in Mackay By Lara Webster and Sophie Kesteven Photo: Jim Whelan says the drone can be used in dangerous situations instead of people. (ABC Tropical North: Sophie Kesteven... Read more
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The Courier
On this day in Ballarat | July 27Project Manager of C-Ballarat, which is part of the project consortium sharing
On this day in Ballarat | July 27
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Project Manager of C-Ballarat, which is part of the project consortium sharing $59 million from Science, Technology and Innovation Infrastructure grants. 2002 - he Opening of new Classroom at Ballarat North Primary School: from Left Education... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Gauteng Evolves As South Africa's Hub for Enterprise App DevelopmentGauteng is fast emerging as a centre for enterprise app development. This is ac
Gauteng Evolves As South Africa's Hub for Enterprise App Development
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Gauteng is fast emerging as a centre for enterprise app development. This is according to Cassie Lessing, Managing Director of the Strato IT Group, adding that the app economy is expected to create trillions of dollars of opportunities globally over... Read more
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The Courier
Awards draw new bloodcohort for the Federation Business School Commerce Ballarat Business Excellence
Awards draw new blood
The Courier / Posted yesterday
cohort for the Federation Business School Commerce Ballarat Business Excellence Awards which were launched at the Ballarat Mining Exchange on Tuesday. Of the 48 finalists across 16 categories, 24 are competing for the first time this... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
INSIDE INDUSTRY: Looking for the green shootsare signs that things are beginning to pick up pace with job opportunities open
INSIDE INDUSTRY: Looking for the green shoots
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
are signs that things are beginning to pick up pace with job opportunities opening up, not just in the traditional mining sector but in alternate industries where the skill set is transferable, such as defence and agriculture. Those people... Read more
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iTWire
Dingo Trakka – the overnight Australian mining success years in the makingwhich drive increased productivity, extended asset life, and significant saving
Dingo Trakka – the overnight Australian mining success years in the making
iTWire / Posted 3 days ago
which drive increased productivity, extended asset life, and significant savings". One of the company’s most recent innovations is its mobile app dubbed the "Trakka Field Inspection App", to also help mining, energy and transport companies... Read more
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New Kerala
Noorjahan held her own with men of her time: Avijit Dutt - newkerala.com #95090writing it. Always checking back with my wife, the historian for veracity. A si
Noorjahan held her own with men of her time: Avijit Dutt - newkerala.com #95090
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
writing it. Always checking back with my wife, the historian for veracity. A simple fact like: Jahangir abolished silver mining since there was a surfeit of it in the country, opened many doors for me. As an aside: this same silver would travel... Read more
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Business Wire
FIRST® Announces 2016 STEM Equity Community Innovation Grant WinnersInspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) today announced 10 winne
FIRST® Announces 2016 STEM Equity Community Innovation Grant Winners
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) today announced 10 winners of the 2016 FIRST STEM Equity Community Innovation Grants. The grants, made available to increase access to FIRST programs for underrepresented and underserved... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Building future jobs from Illawarra’s industrial pastWith a rusted steel entryway and shipping container office pods, part of UOW's
Building future jobs from Illawarra’s industrial past
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
With a rusted steel entryway and shipping container office pods, part of UOW's iAccelerate Centre look straight out of a Port Kembla shipping yard. Newly-appointed CEO of the centre, Omar Khalifa, says iAccelerate is the first business incubator of... Read more
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News.com.au
Environment merger 'could signal change'Australia away from dirty power to renewables. But some are warning appointing
Environment merger 'could signal change'
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
Australia away from dirty power to renewables. But some are warning appointing a minister formerly in charge of the mining sector could be a disaster for the nation's environment. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull revealed on Monday former... Read more
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Perth Now
Environment merger 'could signal change'Australia away from dirty power to renewables. But some are warning appointing
Environment merger 'could signal change'
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Australia away from dirty power to renewables. But some are warning appointing a minister formerly in charge of the mining sector could be a disaster for the nation's environment. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull revealed on Monday former... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Environment merger 'could signal change'Australia away from dirty power to renewables. But some are warning appointing
Environment merger 'could signal change'
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Australia away from dirty power to renewables. But some are warning appointing a minister formerly in charge of the mining sector could be a disaster for the nation's environment. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull revealed on Monday former... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Meerkat Creating Jobs, Skilling Localsis a great moment for South Africa. It is an example of what we can do as a cou
Meerkat Creating Jobs, Skilling Locals
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
is a great moment for South Africa. It is an example of what we can do as a country - big science, large infrastructure and innovation that we bring into the economy. This can create jobs and give opportunities to the economy. We are here in the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Africa's Solar Power Revolutiontrue transformative potential. Many are instead hoping to go 250 years back in
Africa's Solar Power Revolution
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
true transformative potential. Many are instead hoping to go 250 years back in time to pick up textiles, cement, glass, mining, leather, pharmaceuticals, construction materials, farm implements and other basic industries of a long gone era to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
BIH - the Journey So FarTIGELE MOKOBI takes you inside the efforts made by Botswana Innovation Hub to t
BIH - the Journey So Far
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
TIGELE MOKOBI takes you inside the efforts made by Botswana Innovation Hub to transform the economy by promoting cutting edge technological innovative interventions. History records four prominent transition stages of the developed world. It all... Read more
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The Star
Top foreign and local stories at 4pmyears after US authorities shut it down over allegations of massive copyright p
Top foreign and local stories at 4pm
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
years after US authorities shut it down over allegations of massive copyright piracy. — AFP IBM to open first blockchain innovation centre in Singapore: IBM plans to open a blockchain innovation centre in Singapore in collaboration with the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Victorious Turnbull faces tough road aheadTurnbull said, adding that Australia faced numerous challenges including a rock
Victorious Turnbull faces tough road ahead
The Borneo Post / Posted 17 days ago
Turnbull said, adding that Australia faced numerous challenges including a rocky transition away from a dependence on mining-driven growth. “Every member of the House and the Senate deserves respect because they have been elected by the... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Australia's PM claims victory after national electionsto govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier S
Australia's PM claims victory after national elections
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 17 days ago
to govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier Sunday in his concession speech that his centre-left party wanted to work well with the government, amid concerns the close result and higher number of minor party... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
PM Turnbull claims victory for Conservatives in Australian national electionsto govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier o
PM Turnbull claims victory for Conservatives in Australian national elections
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 17 days ago
to govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier on Sunday in his concession speech that his centre-left party wanted to work well with the government, amid concerns the close result and higher number of minor party... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Australia's PM claims victory after national electionsto govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier o
Australia's PM claims victory after national elections
News 24 South Africa / Posted 17 days ago
to govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier on Sunday in his concession speech that his centre-left party wanted to work well with the government, amid concerns the close result and higher number of minor party... Read more
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Rappler
Australia's PM claims victory after national electionsto govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier S
Australia's PM claims victory after national elections
Rappler / Posted 18 days ago
to govern in Canberra, according to the projections. Shorten pledged earlier Sunday in his concession speech that his centre-left party wanted to work well with the government, amid concerns the close result and higher number of minor party... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Jabiru teenager blends Indigenous bark painting with superheroesMudjandi. "I make Ikon Bininj," Ray said. Bininj is the Kunwinjku word for ma
Jabiru teenager blends Indigenous bark painting with superheroes
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
Mudjandi. "I make Ikon Bininj," Ray said. Bininj is the Kunwinjku word for man in Ray's community of Jabiru, a slowing mining town set amidst a World Heritage-listed park with cave paintings more than 20,000 years old. Ray is from the Western... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fear and prejudice threats to democracyLabor leader Bill Shorten has blamed the Coalition's Senate voting reforms for
Fear and prejudice threats to democracy
Otago Daily Times / Posted 21 days ago
Labor leader Bill Shorten has blamed the Coalition's Senate voting reforms for One Nation's rise. It may be easier for a centre-left leader to reject any alliance with Ms Hanson, because her supporters are from the right wing of the conservative... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Robot lawyers could make expensive court conflict thing of the pastto information. "So we're the 16th-largest economy in the world with a proven
Robot lawyers could make expensive court conflict thing of the past
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
to information. "So we're the 16th-largest economy in the world with a proven record of innovating in oil and gas and mining innovation. "There's no reason in my mind why we can't lead the world in using these adaptive technologies to close... Read more
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Business Wire
China and India Identified as Key Markets for the Transport Sectorwhile 13% favour joint ventures, alliances and pools (down from 28% in 2015). R
China and India Identified as Key Markets for the Transport Sector
Business Wire / Posted 22 days ago
while 13% favour joint ventures, alliances and pools (down from 28% in 2015). Respondents expect consolidation to be at the centre of shipping businesses’ strategies over the next 12 months, either in the form of M&A (22%) or joint ventures (19%),... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Why getting in touch with your “feminine side” is good for businessto give way to better observing and listening skills. Case in point: I sit on
Why getting in touch with your “feminine side” is good for business
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
to give way to better observing and listening skills. Case in point: I sit on the Conference Board of Canada’s Council for Innovation and Commercialization. When we meet each quarter for two days of innovation talk and learning, we invite an... Read more
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PhysOrg
Fingerprinting rare earth elements from the airyear, Drs Sally Gibson, Teal Riley and David Neave have been working together t
Fingerprinting rare earth elements from the air
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
year, Drs Sally Gibson, Teal Riley and David Neave have been working together through a University of Cambridge–BAS Joint Innovation Project (see panel) on a remote sensing technique that could aid the identification of REEs in rocks anywhere in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Energy Development Is Imperativeto Namibia's Energy Policy and the COP21 process, held its second session on 28
Energy Development Is Imperative
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
to Namibia's Energy Policy and the COP21 process, held its second session on 28 June 2016 at the Franco Namibia Cultural Centre. Keynote speaker, Honourable Obeth Kandjoze, Minister of Mines and Energy emphasized that Namibia's energy sector is... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Is Canada’s economy breaking free of its ‘staples trap’?Watkins wrote his famous follow-up to Mr. Innis’s work, it was down to 10 per c
Is Canada’s economy breaking free of its ‘staples trap’?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Watkins wrote his famous follow-up to Mr. Innis’s work, it was down to 10 per cent; today, it’s less than 2 per cent. The mining business reached its peak, as a share of employment, in the mid-1950s. For a while, the manufacturing sector surged... Read more
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Northern Star
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
Northern Star / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
The Daily Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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Queensland Times
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
Queensland Times / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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News Mail
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
News Mail / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Who are these people? Senate parties explainededucation, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those unde
Who are these people? Senate parties explained
Daily Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
education, free entry to government-funded museums and galleries for those under-21 and over-65 and the Arts to be at the centre of innovation. Policies include reversing funding cuts to public broadcasters, continued funding of Trove and a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
'Major' Sudbury project receives $5 millionin December. That strategy is part of the Government of Ontario's blueprint to
'Major' Sudbury project receives $5 million
The Sudbury Star / Posted 28 days ago
in December. That strategy is part of the Government of Ontario's blueprint to make Ontario the global leader in the mining industry. Getting to that No. 1 spot depends on how well mining research and innovation are harnessed, said... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Black lung under the microscope at new research centreRESEARCH into black lung disease will be one of the focuses of a new Occupation
Black lung under the microscope at new research centre
The Daily Mercury / Posted 28 days ago
RESEARCH into black lung disease will be one of the focuses of a new Occupational Health and Safety Research Centre launched in Mackay this morning. Member for Dawson George Christensen, accompanied by Minister for Northern Australia Matt Canavan,... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Column: Making Sudbury greaterfor the community and have secured funding for numerous projects, such as the w
Column: Making Sudbury greater
The Sudbury Star / Posted 28 days ago
for the community and have secured funding for numerous projects, such as the watershed studies, Northern Water Sports Centre, Health Sciences North research institute, the Maley Drive extension project and the City of Lakes Family Health Team... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New political parties vie for WA Senate seatBuratti said the result was the closure of hundreds of galleries in Australia.
New political parties vie for WA Senate seat
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 1 months ago
Buratti said the result was the closure of hundreds of galleries in Australia. He said The Arts Party was front and centre in a rebuilding period for the sector. If motorists and shooters have a voice, why shouldn't the arts?Renewable... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury project teaches miners to share researchIt was a great concept that came up with some good research findings and it acc
Sudbury project teaches miners to share research
The Sudbury Star / Posted 1 months ago
It was a great concept that came up with some good research findings and it accomplished something never done in mining before. "In physics, they collaborate internationally," said Peter Kaiser, principal investigator and technical leader of the... Read more
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CIO
Telstra buys into CBO as part of mining tech playThe deal also involves bringing across CBO’s customers and will support the tel
Telstra buys into CBO as part of mining tech play
CIO / Posted 1 months ago
The deal also involves bringing across CBO’s customers and will support the telco’s mining-focused private LTE and public LTE (LANES) businesses. In a statement, Telstra global enterprise and services group managing director, Martijn Blanken, said... Read more

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