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Glen Eagle Resources: Toll Milling in Honduras
In some parts of the world artisanal gold mining is a well-established, but frequently inefficiently run, fact of life. Part of the inefficiency lies in the fact that none of the artisanal mines are big enough to operate modern milling and processing technology. Which can create significant opportunities for companies willing and able to invest […]
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Falco Resources: Going Deep in the Abitibi
Quebec’s Abitibi region has been home to some of the richest polymetallic gold driven mines in Canada’s history. For Falco Resources (V.FPC) the old Noranda Camp looked like a high potential opportunity. But this was not just guesswork and “closeology”: Falco had an inside track. Falco was created in 2012 by spinning out non-core assets […]
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Gensource: Going Small for Potash
When you think of potash you can be forgiven for seeing mega mines with huge CAPEXs and millions of tons of production every year. The team behind Gensource (GSP:TSXV) worked on a project of just that sort at Potash One. They brought the Legacy project in Saskatchewan to the point where giant German company K+S […]
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Deutsche Bank Markets Lithium Report
Pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Lithium – both brine and hard rock – and its potential in the rapidly expanding Li-ion battery industry. Yes, this is a long report, an 8.3 MB PDF file. But it is the whole lithium story all in one place. Download it here.
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Graphene SuperFoam: The Advanced Materials Revolution
Imagine what you could do with something which was stronger than steel and lighter than wood. Or a material which let you 3D print electronic circuits. Or make an ultra-thin film which was completely transparent, conductive and water-repellent. Graphene 3D Lab’s (OTCQB:GPHBF) Advanced Materials division is working with nano scale graphene and other one dimension […]