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Research Scholarship

by User Not Found | Apr 17, 2015
University of WA student Cameron Adams, who plans to study the relationship between positive magnetic anomalies and nickel-sulphide deposits in Kambalda, has been named a winner of the Minerals Institute of WA postgraduate research scholarships.
University of WA student Cameron Adams, who plans to study the relationship between positive magnetic anomalies and nickel-sulphide deposits in Kambalda, has been named a winner of the Minerals Institute of WA postgraduate research scholarships.
 
Mines Minister Bill Marmion will officially award the scholarships at a ceremony on April 29.
 
Fellow UWA student Stefano Caruso will also pick up a scholarship for his research project — mapping sulphur deposits in selected precambrian terrenes of WA to enhance predictive targeting for gold and base metal mineralisation.

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