Over the next four weeks, a number of iCRAG researchers will be presenting at the virtual Mwale Sumposium: New Insights in Sediment-Hosted Copper, hosted by the Society of Economic Geologists. The symposium is named for James Mwale, an extraordinary Copperbelt explorer and educator and will support the creation of the James Mwale Education Fund. This fund aims to advance the education of early-career geoscientsits in southern Africa. The Mwale Symposium examines research and exploration methods about sediment-hosted copper through a series of prerecorded talks and live panel discussions. The live discussions take place every Monday at 9am (UTC) for the next 4 weeks.
The iCRAG researchers taking part in the Symposium are Koen Torremans, Helen Twigg, John Walsh and Murray W Hitzman.
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