Energy, Mining & Resources
Generating abundant clean energy is essential for sustainable living. So too is the efficient supply of critical minerals. So we’re enhancing both. From exploration to delivery; for our homes, businesses and industry.
Matching world-class research expertise in earth sciences, mining engineering and artificial intelligence with broader strengths in science, economics and social planning, we’re finding better ways to power our world.
In what is believed to be a world-first, an Adelaide-based start-up has developed a new, low cost, sustainable method of producing activated carbon.Read more about Harnessing low cost, sustainable, activated carbon from waste
How do fluids such as water, gas and petroleum move in the earth?Read more about What's really going on during fracking
It is a fact that in a country like Australia, dominated by the primary production of commodities such as iron ore, copper and alumina, the industrial processes that produce these for export account for around half of our energy consumption.Read more about Solar thermal for mineral processing
Imagine 10 years from today, an underground mine, where waste water is continuously pumped out to keep it dry. University of Adelaide researchers are looking into ways to build a better world, and turn this nuisance into a fuel source through hydrogen fuelled vehicles!Read more about Solar for hydrogen production
Solar technology turning food waste into low-emission liquid fuel.Read more about Fuelling the future with food waste
Michael Evan Goodsite Ph.D. is a civil- and environmental engineering full professor and Head of School for Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering (CEME); Interim Director, Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER & Director of Commercialisation at the University of Adelaide Faculty of ECMS.