Atlas Copco has released a new book focused on aiding deephole drillers across a number of markets.
A Victorian gold mine is the latest former mining operation to be used to study dark matter.
The University of Queensland has launched a new Responsible Resource Development program to aid the growth of sustainable mining.
The University of Sydney and Rio Tinto have announced they will extend their autonomous mining research partnership for five years.
CRCMining has put together a list of the challenges the mining industry is facing in implementing automation on site.
Three WA female miners have been awarded executive education scholarships by Chief Executive women.
The West Australian Department of Mines and Petroleum have launched a safety series focused on helping identify hazards on site.
BHP is funding the CSIRO’s new $28 million Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander STEM education program.
Thiess has selected Careers Australia to be its national apprenticeship training provider.
The RFDS, QLD Mines Rescue Services, and St John Ambulance have launched a dedicated medical training program for mine rescue teams.
Glencore has partnered with Queensland’s Emerald Agricultural College to help develop a new generation of farmers.
The University of New South Wales has appointed Paul Hagan as its new head of mining engineering, replacing retiring Bruce Hebblewhite.
New simulation software is helping companies to engineer real-world profits. Sam Oliver* writes.
Rio Tinto, in conjunction with the Gumatj Corporation, have established a mining training centre for Yolngu people in the Northern Territory.
New learning and development software packages have been developed for the Australian resources industry.
Australian Mining has broken down the budget, focusing on what is in it for mining and miners.
A new $5.9 million TAFE centre to be built in the Hunter Valley is set to help educate those wanting a career in the mining sector.
The NSW Minerals Council and its mining company partners are inviting high school students to apply for the 2014 NSW Mining Scholarships program.
A new $21 million energy training centre in Gladstone that was set to train people to work in the gas industry has been axed by the Federal Government.
A new report says 78,000 jobs will be lost by 2018 as the nation’s resource sector makes it move from construction to production.