A new paper, entitled ‘Metagenomic exploration of multi-resistance genes linked to microbial attributes in active nonferrous metal(loid) tailings’, has been published in Environmental Pollution. The paper was written by Jian-li Liu from the China University of Geosciences and seven co-authors (including… Continue Reading
Noshin Masood, a visiting PhD student with EM3 in 2019, has published a paper in the Journal of Sustainable Mining with Karen Hudson-Edwards on the impacts of coal mining on water resource development. You can read it for free here.
Gabriel Ziwa, a PhD student in EM3, has just published the first paper from his research: Ziwa, G., Crane, R., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. (2021) Geochemistry, mineralogy and microbiology of cobalt in mining-affected environments. Minerals, 11, 22. This is an open-access paper… Continue Reading
Nine competitors for our 2nd Annual EM3 Big Christmas online Quiz today! The winner (Jody) will receive her chocolates early in 2021. Merry Christmas everyone. 🙂
Our NERC-funded project ‘Legacy Waste in the Coastal Zone’ now has a website. Please visit it here and keeping checking for new updates.
We’re recruiting a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to participate in the NERC consortium project LiFT: Lithium for Future Technology (https://twitter.com/Li4FutureTech). This NERC funded post is available 1 May 2021 to 30 April 2023. The project aims to better understand the Earth… Continue Reading
I’m originally from the department of Cauca, Colombia, a renowned mining district in the country. Then I moved to Manizales to do my undergraduate degree in Geology at the University of Caldas, I lived there for seven years. Now I… Continue Reading
We have just been awarded a NERC highlight topic grant for ‘Lithium for Future Technology’. This is a consortium led by the British Geological Survey with many academic and industrial partners. The project will research how to ensure a sustainable… Continue Reading
I grew up in Southwest Germany, where I worked as a cave guide long before I started my undergraduate studies in Geosciences. During my Master’s in Geology I focused on cobalt ore deposits and mineral processing methods. I am very… Continue Reading
A geoenergy renaissance is required for a low carbon economy and energy security of supply. Geoenergy systems that have been proposed include disused coal workings for district heating (see image below, https://www.ukgeos.ac.uk/) granites for geothermal electricity and combined energy and… Continue Reading