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Mining postgraduates from Hungary are spending a week at the Camborne School of Mines, where they’re participating in research talks and fieldwork.
A unique collection of traditional seagoing boats in Doha, Qatar has been recorded for posterity using a 3D scanning process.
Our team of Camborne School of Mines students retained their trophy from last year’s International Mining Games after taking home gold for the surveying competition
Two members of the university are making the journey to Arizona, USA, to show off some of the highlights of the Camborne School of Mines (CSM) mineral collection at the invitation of the world’s largest mineral show.
University of Exeter research to ensure the security of critical metals has featured in a high profile international publication.
The University of Exeter recently awarded an honorary degree to Cynthia Carroll, Chief Executive of Anglo American Plc.
Academics and postgraduate students from the Camborne School of Mines have recently hosted field trips and participated in a conference organised as part of The Penzance Convention at The Exchange in Penzance.
From ‘Jackleg Drilling’ and ‘Hand Steeling’, through to the Swede Saw, male and female competitors will be going back to the days of our industrial heritage, to pit their skills against the best of the rest.
Dr Pat Foster, of Camborne School of Mines, has recently been appointed Adjunct Professor at Laurentian University, Canada in order to collaborate on health and safety risk management research, education and training of students and local mining industry professionals.
Students from the University of Exeter’s Camborne School of Mines (CSM) are kick-starting an unusual training regime this January.
In response to growing unease over supply of critical metals for high-tech manufacturing and green technologies, the British Geological Survey (BGS) and the University of Exeter have agreed to join forces in a new initiative to improve research capability in this vital area.
From 18th to 21st July, twenty-seven aspiring young engineers from across the UK enjoyed a unique learning experience at the University of Exeter’s Cornwall Campus, near Penryn.
The University of Exeter’s, Camborne School of Mines, hosted visitors from Europe who carry out research on the social impacts of mining.
A University of Exeter graduate has been named this year’s Young Woman Engineer of the Year by the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
30 new scientists, six of them professors, are being appointed to new academic posts at the University of Exeter.