US scientists to make Australian mines safer

TWO leading US scientists will spend six months at Curtin University’s Western Australian School of Mines next year to research how lightning interacts with tall industrial infrastructure and develop a better way to monitor air quality underground.

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Research to reveal how lightning interacts with tall infrastructure

New Mexico Tech atmospheric physics expert Professor Richard Sonnenfeld and University of Nevada mining and metallurgical engineering academic Professor George Danko will base themselves at WASM's

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