Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia will develop a roadmap to decarbonise WA through integrated mineral carbonation.
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Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) uses fibre-optic cable to detect sound waves, dramatically lowering the cost of seismic surveying.
Published: 19 April 2022
Drillcore sampling deep beneath the weathered surface are enhancing our understanding of the world-class Mt Weld resource
MRIWA sponsors AusEarthEd, supporting and inspiring teachers of earth science in regional Western Australian schools.
Discounted first release tickets are now on sale for MRIWA’s second Net Zero Emission Mining WA Conference, which will return to Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on 1 and 2 September 2022.
A positive news article appeared in the media about MRIWA backed project M0514.
Annual data released by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety today show sales for 2021 were up a massive 30 percent.
Nominations for the WA Science Hall of Fame and the 2022 Premier’s Science Awards are now open.
A positive feature appeared in the media about MRIWA scholarship recipient.
David Trotter joins the MRIWA team as Research Portfolio Manager on the 8th of March 2022.
MRIWA project (M10426) aims to define distinctive trace element signatures revealing undiscovered NiS mineralisation in WA.
An exciting job opportunity to join MRIWA as Research Portfolio Manager.
Three outstanding students join the prestigious MRIWA Education Program for 2022, supporting minerals research for the benefit of all West Australians.