Coarse particle processing consortium

RESEARCHERS from the University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute have teamed with industry partners to develop better and more energy efficient ways to process minerals.

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Left to right: Program Chair Professor Neville Plint, and Technical Directors Dr Liza Forbes and Professor Kym Runge.

The collaborative consortium for coarse particle processing research includes researchers from SMI's Julius Kruttschnitt minerals research centre and representatives from Anglo American, Aeris