New research from ECU has identified some key causes of workplace fatalities in the WA mining and resources sector.
Gold Industry Group member Evolution Mining has partnered with The University of Queensland to propel the use of gold nano sensors in early cancer detection and research into long haul COVID-19 immune response.
University of Southern Queensland mechanical engineer Toan Dinh has developed sensors that are five to 100 times smaller than the width of a single human hair to help prevent injuries and fatalities on mine sites.
Monash University is leading the launch of a national drop weight impact testing facility in Melbourne, Victoria to boost the structural safety of high-risk infrastructure.
The mining industry has been urged to address the risks associated with mining resources that are essential to a low carbon future.
Glencore, IGO and Epiroc have backed a research aimed at improving the design of ground support solutions for underground mining.
Australia’s robotics researchers are partnering with Brisbane-based technology company Verton Australia to turn a crane into a smart robot.
University of Queensland (UQ) e-mobility researcher Jake Whitehead plans to build on Australia’s existing mining expertise with his electric vehicle (EV) technology research.
Technology is embraced as a new way of mining as much as it is a new way of life. Safe to Work speaks with mining experts in Australia and Sweden to get a closer look on how it’s been integrated.
A research study by the University of South Australia has found that a simple snack is the best choice for maximising alertness and productivity.
Curtin University is hosting two experts who will conduct research aimed at helping keep mine sites safe from lightning strikes.