Curtin gets millions to spark up battery centre

2019-04-10T05:07:02+08:00

Perth will host a $135 million scientific push to grow Australia’s battery industry after the Federal Government kicks in $25 million today. Federal Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews will today announce the Government’s support for a Curtin University-led consortium of almost 60 industry, government and research organisations behind the Future Battery Industries Co-operative Research Centre. Ms Andrews said the Government had prioritised lithium, cobalt, titanium and other

Curtin gets millions to spark up battery centre2019-04-10T05:07:02+08:00

Pilbara Metals Group Joins International Manganese Institute

2018-07-13T07:12:34+08:00

Pilbara Metals Group Joins International Manganese Institute Pilbara Metals Group is pleased to announce it has joined the International Manganese Institute (IMnI). The IMnI was founded in 1975 and has it's headquarters located in Paris, France. It is a not-for-profit industry association who represents all aspects of the manganese industry from ore and alloy

Pilbara Metals Group Joins International Manganese Institute2018-07-13T07:12:34+08:00

While the world worries about a trade war, America and Australia push for a peace treaty of potentially epic proportions over “critical minerals”

2018-07-06T02:59:23+08:00

While the world waits, with bated breath, to see who will strike next in what many have dubbed a “trade war” between the United States and a host of other countries, most notably China, members of the EU, and its NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico, and while investors in the “electric revolution” (electric vehicles,

While the world worries about a trade war, America and Australia push for a peace treaty of potentially epic proportions over “critical minerals”2018-07-06T02:59:23+08:00

Manganese: The Vital Trace Element

2018-09-04T04:14:27+08:00

Manganese's Place in Agriculture Manganese plays a vital role in Australia's Agriculture. Manganese along with Copper, Iron, Zinc, Boron and Molybdenum are the 6 trace elements that are essential for plant growth. Deficiencies are not uncommon in plants, crops and soil tests or tissue testing has identified where there are lacks of Manganese in

Manganese: The Vital Trace Element2018-09-04T04:14:27+08:00