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Coiled tubing drilling technology needs high fluid flow rates. Supported by MRIWA, this MinEx CRC centrifuge research delivers the goods
Modern seismic offers a cost-effective method for improving the accuracy of drill holes targeting structural or lithological anomalies.
A natural gamma detector designed to operate within the active drill head allows an operator to ‘see’ the drilled environment in real time.
The RoXplorer drilling platform delivers cheaper, faster drilling than conventional drilling technology, all with a lower environmental footprint.
Five pathways to Green Steel have been modelled to accelerate 2050 net zero goals.
MRIWA report 507 presents an experimental software platform for standardising imagery collected by unmanned airborne drones.
Four outstanding research students join the prestigious MRIWA Education Program, supporting minerals research for the benefit of all West Australians
New technical framework to understand lithium orebodies and optimise development potential
The finding that most rocks exhibit anisotropic strength and deformation properties has led to new understanding of how the principal components of each property interact to create areas more prone to strainburst.