AMEBC Roundup 2020

Mining Microbiome, Ore-Body Knowledge, Exploration, North America, Exploration,

BRIMM is once again a sponsor of the Innovation Hub at the AME Roundup. This marks the third year since its inception and of our sponsorship.

On Sunday, January 19th, the BRIMM Carbon Sequestration project will be participating in Discovery Day, a free event for the family to learn about the mining industry through interactive and educational displays.

You can find us representing each of our themes at booth A4 in the Innovation Hub. While you are there, you will enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access on us in the area.

Monday, January 20: Integrated Social Responsibility
Tuesday, January 21: Geometallurgy
Wednesday, January 22: Mining Microbiome

Our students will also be showcasing their research posters on Monday’s Poster Session. These posters will then be available for continued viewing throughout the conference in Meeting Room 13 & East Foyer at the Convention Centre. Additionally, BRIMM will be presenting on exciting ongoing research at the Innovation Stage on Tuesday, January, 21st, at 11:02.

Finally, we are co-hosting an exclusive industry and friends reception with MDRU on January 19th. If you have yet to receive your invitation, please email us.

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