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DOE eyes unconventional REE refinery
Looking to break America's reliance on China for rare earths and critical minerals, the U.S. Department of Energy is investing $140 million to develop a facility that extracts these minerals from... — Updated 2/22/2022
Historic mining for future battery metals
Pennsylvanian coal helped to fuel America's Industrial Revolution, and mines in the Keystone State have since provided a domestic source of iron ore, cobalt, nickel, and various other metals.... — Updated 12/28/2021
Unconventional critical mineral solutions
From electric vehicles plugged into renewable energy to smartphones connected to 5G networks, new technologies take advantage of the special properties of a suite of critical minerals and metals... — Updated 9/14/2021