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WA government injects $6M into MRIWA

WESTERN Australia's government has injected a further $6 million into the Minerals Research Institute of WA to bolster knowledge and technology in the mining industry.

WA government injects $6M into MRIWA

  The MRIWA is a government body established to drive research and innovation across the minerals sector in the state. It provides grants for industry and doctoral scholarships to support "high-impact"...

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