iCRAG is delighted to be returning to AME Roundup taking place virtually from January 18th-22nd 2021
Visit us at the 'Ireland - iCRAG and Geoscience Ireland' Booth in the Exhibitor's Hall from 5pm-midnight (GMT) every day
Thank you to all attendees for joining us for a special panel discussion on the
"Critical Need for Primary Metals and their Availability in Europe"
on Wednesday 20th January from 2-3pm PST (10-11pm GMT)
The opening presentation by Prof. Murray Hitzman is available to view here
iCRAG Raw Materials Research
To find out more about iCRAG's research in mineral exploration, critical materials and building materials please visit the Earth Resources Challenge page here.
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Leading through Change: COVID-19 Response - Raw Materials Research in Real Time
Researchers at iCRAG carried out a study examining the immediate effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the minerals sector workforce. Published in the Society of Economic Geology’s Discovery, the results reveal that the COVID-19 pandemic had a significant impact on people in the minerals sector by the end of April 2020, less than six months after the first cases occurred and within seven weeks of the declaration of a pandemic.
The full article is available here.
A presentation detailing the results of the study can be viewed here.
All iCRAG videos are available on our youtube channel here or click on individual videos below to view:
Make sure to drop by the virtual poster session taking place every day and chat with our researchers:
A selection of recent poster presentations by iCRAG researchers is available to view below individually or collectively here.
A selection of recent presentations by iCRAG researchers are available to view below:
A selection of recent iCRAG publications are available to read below:
Petrogenesis of the Lijiagou spodumene pegmatites in Songpan-Garze Fold Belt, West Sichuan, China: Evidence from geochemistry, zircon, cassiterite and coltan U-Pb geochronology and Hf isotopic compositions - Julian Menuge
iCRAG: Innovation through Data
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