BRIMM Quarterly Newsletter – January 2019

BRIMM Quarterly Newsletter – January 2019

https://mailchi.mp/c25e13f9ecf6/brimmnewsletterjanuary

BRIMM Quarterly Pamphlet – v 1.1 January 2019

BRIMM Quarterly Pamphlet – v 1.1 January 2019

BRIMM has released our first newsletter. The newsletter highlights BRIMM researchers, organizational structure, what we have done and where we are going!  

PDAC Convention 2019 – BRIMM Events

PDAC Convention 2019 – BRIMM Events

March 3, 2019 – March 6, 2019 Trade Show South – Booth #436 BRIMM will be exhibiting at this year’s PDAC Convention, alongside MDRU and the Norman B Keevil Mining Engineering school. Come find us at Booth #436, labeled University of British Columbia. UBC Alumni & Friends Appreciation Reception UBC Science is hosting an Alumni […]

Tailings to the Rescue – CIM Magazine

Tailings to the Rescue – CIM Magazine

In August 2018, CIM Magazine featured BRIMM director Greg Dipple in a article discussing his CO2 Sequestration research. http://magazine.cim.org/en/environment/tailings-to-the-rescue-en/

CO2 Sequestration of Mine Tailings

CO2 Sequestration of Mine Tailings

Ultramafic mine waste has an inherent but untapped capacity to permanently trap the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) thus affording environmental and regulatory benefits through greenhouse gas offsets or trading credits. This project is exploring how to accelerate direct capture of CO2 from the atmosphere and documenting how to incorporate carbon sequestration activities into mine […]

The Geometallurgy Initiative

The Geometallurgy Initiative

BRIMM is partnering with multiple groups on UBC campus to work on a rock’s first approach to geometallurgy research.  Introduction Geometallurgy is the integration of geological, mining, metallurgical, environmental and economic information to create geologically-based predictive models for mineral exploitation. These predictive models can then feed into maximizing the value of mineral recovery efforts while minimizing technical […]

Genome BC, Teck and UBC Partner in Microbial Research

Genome BC, Teck and UBC Partner in Microbial Research

UBC, Teck Resources and Genome BC have joined efforts to research using microbes to reduce selenium mine-affected water. Read more coverage here.