Research Associate Professor
This project is assessing the controls on, and significance of, spatial variations in the character and grade of mineralisation within ...
28 February 2014
Mark Jessell, Geoff Batt
The Perth AMEC Convention 2013 in the lead up to September's Australian Federal Election was billed as 'The Voice of the Mining Industry' - and a strong CET presence at the event - led by Director Cam McCuaig - made sure that our message of market resilience and the long-term significance of exploration contributed to that voice.
The ever-popular CET booth provided a hub of stimulating conversations - ranging from the scientific to the economic, and - not surprisingly given the looming national vote - political, with vigorous debate around the visions for the future of Australia competing for attention and their implications for the mining industry. Cam McCuaig gave an inspiring presentation to an audience of investors and industry on the Australian Academy of Science UNCOVER initiative - a research vision with the potential to revolutionise exploration in Australia and around the globe in the coming years.
Feedback on our activities at the conference was resoundingly positive - and we left the event with an upbeat outlook and some significant new contacts.
The University of Western Australia
And Industry Partners
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