Geologic Modelling Solutions Market Statistical Forecast, Trade Analysis 2022 –IBM Corp., Penta Technologies, Inc., Oracle Corp., InEight, Inc., SAP SE, Intergraph, Microsoft Corp., AVEVA Group PLC (Schneider Electric), LiquidFrameworks, Inc., Siemens AG, Coreworx Inc. – Indian Defence News

The report investigates the current status of the Geologic Modeling Solutions Market and analyzes the future trends of the Geologic Modeling Solutions market. The report explores the market opportunities available in the Geologic Modeling Solutions market. The report assesses the Geologic Modeling Solutions market sourced from the currently available data. The report provides in-depth … Read more

Pacific Ridge Announces Appointment of Chief Geologist

Vancouver, British Columbia – (Newsfile Corp. – June 14, 2022) – Pacific Ridge Exploration Ltd. (TSXV: PEX) (OTCQB: PEXZF) (“Pacific Ridge” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of C. Paul Jago as Chief Geologist of the Company. Mr. Jago has nearly 20 years’ experience in mining and mineral exploration in Canada and … Read more

Foodie for thought

Have you ever wondered how the food you eat impacts climate change? There are all sorts of discussions around energy, transport, green tech, that famous 1.5 ℃, the IPCC … but there is a significantly unspoken polluter that is part of our daily lives, and without which, ironically, we could not live: the food industry. … Read more

A Wildfire in Arizona is Forecast to Send Smoke Streaming All the Way to the Great Lakes

What may have started as a small wad of burning toilet paper has exploded into a dangerous wildfire near Flagstaff, Arizona that has sent smoke streaming across hundreds of miles. The blaze, known as the Pipeline Fire, began on Sunday, June 12. As of mid-day on Monday, the fire had grown to at least 5,000 … Read more

Blue Holes Show Hurricane Activity in the Bahamas Is at a Centuries-Long Low | Science

Blue holes, like the Great Blue Hole in Belize, have vast caverns that descend into the seafloor. Sediment accumulates at the bottom of a blue hole, giving researchers a way to gauge historical hurricane activity. Ian Bottle The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season was the third most active in 171 years of record-keeping. The 2020 season … Read more

The City as Campus: Pratt Students Learn at NYC’s Cultural Destinations

New York City is home to many leading museums and galleries and each year Pratt Institute students explore these institutions as an extension of their studies on campus. With art, architecture, science, history, and more in these spaces, there are various opportunities to better understand the world and how to engage creatively with it. The … Read more

Power Metal Resources plc Announces Lithium Focused Exploration Update for the Selta Project Located in the Northern Territory, Australia

Power Metal Resources plc announced a lithium focused exploration update for the Selta Project located in the Northern Territory, Australia, and held by the Power Metal’s 82.78% -owned subsidiary First Development Resources Ltd. (FDR). HIGHLIGHTS: Following on from a recent in-depth data review covering Selta, FDR have undertaken a lithium specific review based initially on … Read more

Attom set to revolutionise geochemistry research

A R7.9 million mass spectrometer, funded by the national Department of Science and Innovation (DSI), has recently been installed in a Geological Sciences laboratory and will serve as a national facility for researchers in South Africa and Africa. More compact and significantly faster than its older, larger predecessors, the aptly named Attom can measure concentrations … Read more

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Set To Study Geology of 2 Super-Earths

The James Webb Space Telescope, an international program led by NASA with its partners, ESA (European Space Agency) and the Canadian Space Agency, aims to peer beyond our solar system to distant worlds orbiting other stars, as well as investigate the fascinating structures and origins of our universe and our role within it. And now, … Read more