Thursday, 29 April 2021

Recent comments

There have been comments on the following postings since the last update:

Greta Thunberg's criticism of the Cumbrian coal project highlights her naivety
Comminution '21 provisional programme now live
Thank goodness lithium grows on trees
Gordon Ritcey: 1930-2021
February: the first steps to normality?
The Levant man-engine disaster of 1919: a contemporary account
Are these WASET conferences just a scam?
Top SME Awards to three well-known mineral processors
A final call for abstracts for Sustainable Minerals '21
In conversation with Chris Kelsey- mineral processing innovator
2020 MEI Young Person's Award to Ahmad Hassanzadeh
Tony Holland-Batt, 1937-2020
Return to Nchanga, Zambia's greatest copper mine
Memories of Comminution '01, Brisbane
Controversial "invisible gold" paper published
Two new editors and a new editorial structure for Minerals Engineering
The real cost of using neodymium in wind turbines
Why good technical English is important for journal papers
New book: Of Earth, For Earth: The meaning of a mine
Comminution '21: only 4 days away
No welcoming reception for comminution delegates this year unfortunately
Comminution '21 Day 2 update
Comminution '21 Day 4 update

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