As a laboratory technician understanding the origin of samples you’re analysing is invaluable. In February 2023 had the chance to visit sample location sites in the Philippines and discovered there is more than meets the eye. I learnt that the… Continue Reading
Johannes Meusburger has successfully defended his thesis and been recommended for the award of PhD following completion of minor amendments. He gave a good defence of his work with Dr Paul Schofield (Natural History Museum) as the external examiner, and… Continue Reading
Congratulations to Eliana Molina Ramirez and Mayra Diaz del Olmo Oliveira for passing their Masters by Resesarch!
A guide to Cornwall’s Geo-Resources by Alastair Skeffington, Eva Marquis and members of the Camborne School of Mines is now available online. Check it out at https://arcg.is/04jLmi
Mercury: history, facts and concerns – a new article by Eliana has just been published in the Royal Society of Chemistry Environmental Chemistry Group Bulletin! Check it out at https://www.envchemgroup.com/mercury-history-facts-and-concerns.html.
We’re recruiting for a postdoc to come work with us in lovely Cornwall and investigate using electricity to clean up mine wastes! Part of the NERC Sustainable Mineral Resources in the Philippines. Apply by 25 Jan. For full details click… Continue Reading
Karen and Laura participated in some events to celebrate the Red River, which were organised and run by Dr John Wedgwood Clarke, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Exeter. The aim of his research project is to… Continue Reading
Mine waste is a serious global environmental issue. Poorly-managed mine wastes are responsible for polluting our environment with toxic metals and metalloids. Microbes can live in mine wastes, even when they contain high levels of metals. These microbes can lessen… Continue Reading
We are very lucky to have access to hybrid meeting facilities for our lab group meetings! Here is Will Nash presenting his research on deep eutectic solvents on campus, and a few of us still able to attend from home
Jody Grassby was recently awarded the best poster prize from the MinSoc Environmental Mineralogy Group at the Research in Progress meeting held in conjunction with the Clay Minerals Group. Congratulations Jody!