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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
A variety of activities and events will be held across Western Australia during National Science Week 2022, which runs from 13 to 21 August 2022
On sale now is the premier geological survey event of the year
MRIWA-supported research is improving management of metalliferous drainage to help reduce the environmental footprint of WA mines.
WA Government has contributed $6 million towards establishing the Future Battery Industries Cooperative Research Centre through the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia and Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation
MRIWA would like to congratulate the twenty-nine Western Australian scientists, STEM students and engagement programs who are the finalists in the 2022 Premier’s Science Awards.
Innovative technology developed at Curtin University is supporting a new style of exploration drilling for the minerals industry
Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia will develop a roadmap to decarbonise WA through integrated mineral carbonation.
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.