CET has completed another successful Members’ Day held at the state of the art Business School Building at UWA Crawley Campus. The day provided a great opportunity for networking and keeping abreast of the exciting research currently happening at the Centre.
Director Mark Jessell opened the day presenting the CET’s global engagement with the mineral exploration sector, CET research structure, current large impact projects, and future plans for 2018 including the arrival of new CET Director Steve Rowins in March.
The day contained both posters and oral presentations with two of CET’s Adjuncts: Steve Beresford (IGO), with a challenging talk about how the behavioural sciences can teach us about successful exploration. And Richard Schodde (MinEx Consulting) assessing the 40≈ year production outlook for the Australian Gold Industry.
At the close of a successful day delegates were invited onto the Business School cafe terrace for Wine Tasting organised by Donnelly River Estate
and a Sundowner. A great opportunity to relax and to have further discussions on the day’s presentations.
We hope to see you next year! Presentations and Posters from the day are now available