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This ECSA course will run from 11-13 October 2017, and... Read more →
GMSG will host Collaboration Towards Future Mining on 20-21 September 2017... Read more →
The Geological Society Publishing House latest sale has over 70 titles... Read more →
A position for a process mineralogist is available at First... Read more →
Minimum requirements for geotechnical investigations with examples of where things... Read more →
he 2018 Igneous and Metamorphic Studies Group (IMSG) meeting will... Read more →