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Dec 11 - Dec 11

2019

Space Enabled Applications in the Mining Sector

Tremough Innovation Centre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Satellite Applications Catapult

Satellite Applications Catapult is engaging with professionals in the SW mining industry to identify opportunities for future applications. About this Event Information from satellite technologies has been used to facilitate exploration for natural resources for many years. The quality, availability and accessibility of data continues to grow as space technology improves. This mining sector event aims to introduce you to key staff from the Satellite Applications Catapult who will discuss how satellite technologies could provide a platform for new collaborations.…

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Jan 9 - Jan 9

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – The Annual Don Dixon Lecture

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

The Annual Don Dixon Lecture, joint with the Institution of Engineering and Technology, on 9th January 2020. Speaker: Will Jackson, Engineered Arts Humanoid Robots for Communication, Entertainment and Research Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn Campus, Cornwall. Please check the lecture details carefully for alternative venues and time. Directions to Penryn Campus can be found here.

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Jan 23 - Jan 23

2020

Research Festival 2020

Rolle Building, Plymouth, United Kingdom

University of Plymouth

Natural Capital for Clean Growth Building a framework around the South West’s natural assets in onshore and offshore clean energy. The South West has a wealth of untapped potential as a natural resource centre with a national offer, particularly for emerging sectors. How can these assets be harnessed for clean growth? In this session Professor Iain Stewart and Dr Ian Selby from the Sustainable Earth Institute will take a national view, but with an eye to the remarkable onshore and…

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Jan 29 - Jan 30

2020

Mining for and with the Electric Vehicle

IOM Communications Ltd, London, United Kingdom

IOM3

Since 2017, factors affecting climate change have influenced car manufacturers to adopt policies to reduce or cease manufacturing of cars using fossil fuels. This plus the health effects of poorly maintained and polluting diesel engines has affected a much wider audience with mining being no exception. The use of electric vehicles is being rolled out and with it the demand for battery minerals. The focus of mining companies has changed to supplying what is the biggest growth market in a…

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Feb 2 - Feb 6

2020

African Mining Indaba 2020

Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa

Department for International Trade (DIT)

The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) invites you to join us at African Mining Indaba in Cape Town, 2 - 6 February 2020. African Mining Indaba is the world’s largest mining investment conference and the largest mining event in Africa. It attracts investors, mining companies, governments and other stakeholders from around the world to learn, network and advance mining on the continent. DIT will again be leading the UK presence at the Indaba and supporting UK companies to increase…

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Feb 5 - Feb 5

2020

Minerals and Waste – the Silent Planning Partner?

Somerset County Cricket Club, Taunton, United Kingdom

Royal Town Planning Institute

In the current climate change agenda the focus on conservation and reducing consumption is a key ambition to carbon reduction. Minerals and Waste as a specialised field can be viewed separately from planning although all development could restrict access to limited resources and produce waste which will need to be processed. Has planning got the right approach to this area or is more co-ordination required across the board in order to achieve the most sustainable outcome? This conference aims to…

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Feb 6 - Feb 6

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – Geothermal Update and Networking Drinks

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Geothermal update and networking event from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 6th February 2020. Including speakers from United Downs, Eden and Kensa Heat Pumps. Geothermal heat and power are important sources of renewable energy for Cornwall. This evening will provide updates from some of the exciting projects underway in the region and then a chance to discuss more informally in the Upper Stannery afterwards. Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn Campus, Cornwall. Please…

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Feb 7 - Feb 7

2020

Visit to Wheal Jane Earth Science Park – organised by the CIE

Wheal Jane Earth Science Park, Truro, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

A tour of Wheal Jane Earth Science Park to visit the businesses that have brought post-mining regeneration to this site. Tour will be presented by Alison Allen, technical director of Wardell Armstrong International. Time TBC.

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Feb 12 - Feb 12

2020

Industrial Solutions: Geosciences

Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Plymouth University

Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) has a strong history of bringing industry and academics together to work collaboratively, and our Industrial Solutions events build upon this by bringing together business that have already benefitted from working with PEMC with those that wish to do so in the future. Our next event will be held on the University of Plymouth campus on the 12th of February 2020, and our outline programme is included below. Supported by Innovate UK, UKRI, Zeiss Microscopy,…

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Feb 20 - Feb 20

2020

Cornwall Mining Sundowner

Chain Locker, Falmouth, United Kingdom

February’s Cornwall Mining Sundowner will be taking place at the Chain Locker in Falmouth from 5.30pm. ALL WELCOME

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Feb 27 - Feb 27

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – Making Tailings Safe

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Lecture from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 27th February 2020. MAKING TAILINGS SAFE - Women in Mining (UK) Panel Discussion Karen Hudson-Edwards, Professor of Sustainable Mining CSM; Lucy Crane, WIM (UK); Richard Elmer, Knight Piesold; Morwenna Rogers, Paterson & Cooke. A panel discussion on traditional and novel methods for making tailings dams safer, and for reducing the potentially negative environmental effects of tailings on ecosystems and humans. Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn…

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Mar 9 - Mar 12

2020

IMPaCT Horizon 2020

Heartlands, Redruth, United Kingdom

IMPACT

The Horizon 2020 IMP@CT Project is holding its final conference at Heartlands, Redruth, from 9th to 12th March 2020. There is a very full and exciting programme, presenting results of the project, and engaging with stakeholders to create dialogue around the issues of small-scale and switch-on switch-off mining. The programme can be found here www.impactmine.eu. We would like to invite all members of the Cornwall Mining Alliance, and tickets are available on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/impact-conference-9-12-march-tickets-93900987381. Tickets are free of charge, but…

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Mar 11 - Mar 11

2020

Camborne School of Mines Seminar

Exchange Yellow, Falmouth, United Kingdom

Camborne School of Mines (CSM)

Cleaning up centuries of pollution: the UK approach to managing abandoned mines. This week's Camborne School of Mines seminar will be presented by Hugh Potter from the Environment Agency on Wednesday 11th March from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm.

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Mar 18 - Mar 18

2020

Camborne School of Mines Seminar

Exchange Green, Falmouth, United Kingdom

Camborne School of Mines (CSM)

Making mining better: Human & machine for safe and sustainable resource stewardship. This week's Camborne School of Mines seminar will be presented by Liv Carroll from Accenture on Wednesday 18th March from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm.

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Mar 23 - Mar 24

2020

Future of Mining Australia 2020

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Sydney, Australia

Future Of Mining (EMEA)

The third edition of the Future of Mining Australia conference takes place at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth from 23–24 March 2020, covering a vast range of content spanning right across the entire mining life cycle and focusing on the innovations and technologies driving the industry forward. Members are entitled to a 15% discount to tickets with promo code FMA15. Organised in conjunction with Australia’s Mining Monthly, it brings together over 400 senior mining industry executives and attendees can expect: Over…

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Mar 25 - Mar 25

2020

Camborne School of Mines Seminar

DM Seminar C, Falmouth, United Kingdom

Camborne School of Mines (CSM)

Oceanographic and biotic changes in south west Australia during Oceanic Anoxic Event 2 / Europe’s Cobalt Resource potential for supply to low carbon vehicles. This week's Camborne School of Mines seminar will be presented by Chloe Walker-Trivett and Stefan Horn on Wednesday 25th March from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm.

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Mar 26 - Mar 26

2020

Camborne School of Mines Seminar

Exchange Red, Falmouth,

Camborne School of Mines (CSM)

The complicated environmental legacy of arsenic associated with gold mining near Yellowknife, Canada. This week's Camborne School of Mines seminar will be presented by Heather Jamieson from Queen's University on Thursday 26th March from 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm.

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Mar 26 - Mar 26

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – Lecture

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Lecture from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 26th March 2020. TITLE TBC Charlie Adcock, Event Horizon. An engineering company with a specialisation in the use of explosive materials and experience in a wide range of fields from aerospace to explosive ordnance disposal and from demolition and salvage to special effects. Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn Campus, Cornwall. Please check the lecture details carefully for alternative venues and time. Directions to Penryn Campus…

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Mar 31 - Apr 1

2020

Mines and Money 2020 – Hong Kong

Conrad Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Mines and Money

You know that Mines and Money Asia is the region’s largest mining investment forum, this year we’re shaking things up to bring you a new look, new feel and new experience that you’ll walk away from with more than just a pocket full of business cards. Mines and Money Asia 2020 is networking re-invented and this year we’re taking Mines and Money to the investors. Moving to the luxury Conrad Hong Kong, the venue allows you to extend your day…

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Apr 2 - Apr 2

2020

Mines and Money 2020 – China

Shenzhen, ,

Mines and Money

This year we have launched the brand new Mines and Money Connect China, taking delegates to Shenzhen – China’s original special economic zone! Shenzhen ranks among the world’s top 15 Global Financial Centers, rumored by some to be the next Silicon Valley, and a leader of Private Equity by others. Although notoriously hard to engage with, Shenzhen like much of China is taking its place as a market leader. To take advantage of the opportunities this market presents, we will…

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