To advance responsible mining and use of minerals by catalyzing resources across The University of Arizona and our global network to: educate stakeholders on the importance of mineral resources and innovations in modern mining; attract the brightest minds from diverse disciplines to apply their talent to mineral resources challenges; develop the next generation workforce; and provide timely, integrated solutions to address real industry challenges.
Re-charging mineral resources: new life for lithium-ion batteries
When a phone dies, its usefulness is far from spent. The batteries that power our technology are full of metals that can be extracted and reused. UArizona researchers are finding out how.
ESG's: detecting the Signal Among the Noise
Key institutions are making significant investments in Environment-Social-Government issues in 2021. But how do we measure what matters when it comes to ESG reporting?
Discover new research, training and testing opportunities
With its new decline, the University of Arizona’s San Xavier Mining Laboratory is about to become an underground proving ground for mining equipment and innovation center.
57th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals (FGIM)
The 57th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals (FGIM) will be hosted by the Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS) at the University of Illinois. The Forum will be held virtually via Zoom from August 26 through August 28, 2021 with 30-minute sessions running from 9:00 am to Noon and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm CST.
Meet us at the world’s largest mining event: exploration, mine development, open pit and underground mining, processing, safety, environmental improvement and more.
University of Arizona, booth 27846, South 2, Las Vegas Convention Center
SEG IS CELEBRATING ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2021
The annual conference will showcase the new science and thinking that will benefit society in the future, framed by the understanding of the scientific accomplishments in economic geology and mineral discoveries over the last 100 years