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First Quantum Takeover Trade Turning on Anglo-Rio Talk: Real M&A
For mining companies seeking a deal in copper, no producer in the industrialized world is offering faster earnings growth than First Quantum Minerals Ltd. Canada's second-largest copper producer, which jumped the most in four months last week on ...
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Miners may be risky, but gems to be found
HandoutIn a report this week, Bank of Nova Scotia analyst Tom Meyer highlighted several companies he views as attractive portfolio choices, including First Quantum Minerals Ltd., Inmet Mining Corp. and Lundin Mining Corp.
Dreams of water on Mars evaporate
The first comes from models of the ancient Martian climate that fail to predict temperatures high enough for rain, or for liquid water to persist on the surface at all.
Asteroid Mining No Crazier Than Deep-Sea Drilling, Advocates Say
They're capable of accessing deposits at least 30,000 feet (9,144 m) below the seabed, after first dropping gear through nearly 2 miles of water.
Nanotechnology for development
Furthermore, properties at the nano-scale may be used to imitate the properties of rare minerals, thus affecting the export rates of their main producers, usually countries in the global South.
Meet the Exascale Apps
In February of 1991, the Office of Science and Technology Policy released the first “Blue Book” supplement to the President's FY 1992 Budget Request for the new High Performance Computing and Communications Program.
Molecular spectroscopy tracks living mammalian cells in real time as they ...
By comparing results with quantum chemistry simulations by Berkeley Lab's Zhao Hao - predicting what should be observed from first principles - as well as with results from partial studies using other methods, the researchers confirmed the monitoring ...
Mining Sector's Transparency Improves
EITI is a global initiative that promotes better governance in countries rich in oil, gas and minerals and seeks to reduce the risk of diversion or misappropriation of funds generated by the development of a country's extractive industry resources ...
India's political atrophy weakens economic growth
Famed investor Jim Rogers, co-founder of the Quantum fund with George Soros and chairman of Rogers Holdings and Beeland Interests, joins The News Hub to discuss his outlook for the financial markets, China and the U.S.
MIDAS: All eyes on Galileo's rare metal treasure
Bird is a veteran of the industry, rare earth minerals are in demand and countries as far afield as Germany, Japan and America desperately want alternatives to Chinese supplies.