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This is the most popular of all the TechnoMine sites. We have about 20 technology reviews on this site, ranging in topics from blasting and drilling, to pillars and subsidence. The most recent reviews are Block Caving, Ventilation, and Mine-Induced Seismicity.

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First shale core samples drilled by South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Drilling began last week at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology for the first shale samples to be analysed in a range of advanced laboratory tests that could ultimately lead to enhanced energy production, carbon dioxide sequestration, underground hydrocarbon storage and waste disposal. read more »
First seabed mine to go ahead as Nautilus solves dispute with PNG
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Canadian seafloor miner Nautilus Minerals (TSX:NUS), which won the first lease to mine the ocean floor for gold and copper, said Thursday it has resolved a long-dragged dispute with Papua New Guinea. read more »
Robots set to work the mines of the future
Friday, April 11, 2014
Mines without miners? Not quite. Still, a technology boom in robots, drones, driverless trucks and unmanned trains is beginning to reshape one of the world's most labour-intensive industries read more »
BHP wants to build world’s largest underground coal mine
Wednesday, April 08, 2014
BHP Billiton (ASX:BHP), the world's largest diversified resources company, is getting its ducks in a row to build Caroona, a thermal coal mine that could become the world’s biggest underground operation of its kind, The Australian reports. read more »
Sugarloaf mine subsidence areas may be off limits for a decade
Thursday, April 03, 2014
A section of Sugarloaf State Conservation Area in New South Wales, Australia is expected to be closed to the public for more than a decade as authorities struggle to deal with threats to safety posed by mine subsidence damage.  read more »

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