TECHNOLOGY

Low carbon steel furnace gets $4.4M boost

The project provides a novel steel-making solution for Australian iron ore

This is the School of Mineral & Mining Engineering's sixth year in the top 10 and as UNSW’s best-performing subject.

UNSW researchers will work with some of Australia's biggest steel industry companies to develop low-emission processing of Australian iron ore, especially lower grade ore from the Pilbara. Photo courtesy of UNSW

A blast-furnace process for sustainable low-carbon steel-making being developed by the University of New South Wales has received $4.4 million in funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency. ...

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