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  • By Laura Syrett
    Published: 30 Apr 2015

    As graphene investors become impatient with the material’s inability to make the jump from laboratory to market, developers are dropping the idea of a “killer application” as the route to commercial penetration to target smaller gains on multiple fronts instead.

  • By Emma Hughes
    Published: 24 Apr 2015

    Disruptive technologies, including battery storage, smart meters and other energy gadgets, are driving change to the traditional utility model around the world, which could in turn increase the demand for critical energy minerals such as lithium, graphite and rare earths.

  • By Emma Hughes
    Published: 16 Apr 2015

    Speaking out at a meeting in Brussels this week, a member of the European Parliament said that communication should be at the centre of creating an effective critical raw materials policy. But with pressure on the European Commission mounting, and industry facing various trade obstacles, is the message really getting through?

  • By IM Staff
    Published: 10 Apr 2015

    As the downturn in mineral prices continues to drag on Australia’s economy, a project led by Perth’s Curtin University is seeking to create an open access digital mineral inventory of WA that it hopes could stimulate interest in further exploration in the state.

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