Research consortium to spend A$14.6m on South Australian copper

September 18, 2017

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he South Australian government will spend A$4-million over the next four years on a research consortium, led by the University of Adelaide, to develop advanced technologies to boost copper production and to develop a globally competitive mining technology services sector.

The University of Adelaide will invest A$4.46-million in the consortium, with the remainder of the A$14.6-million funding coming from a range of mining and research partners.

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