Quantum, Sunlands cell technology gets US patent approval


Quantum Graphite’s joint venture (JV) partner Sunlands Energy has secured a patent green light for its thermal energy storage (TES) graphite cell technology from the powerful United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Management says the patent ensures its participation in the world’s biggest energy storage market.

Thermal energy storage cells are devices that temporarily store energy to…



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Si6 nabs more Brazilian turf for rare earths hunt


Si6 Metals has expanded its Brazilian footprint, snatching 300 square kilometres of new ground prospective for rare earths in the Brazilian State of Minas Gerais.

The newly-acquired turf, dubbed the Pimenta project, sits in the north-east of the State and has thrown up some head-turning radiometric anomalies over 26km of untested strike. It adds further ground to the Brazilian joint venture…



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A silver linings playbook


Every cloud has a silver lining and Dollar Bill reckons silver IS that silver lining right now.

Once considered a poor man’s gold, silver is now poised to take its place in the sun, having quietly tracked the gold price skywards in recent times. The latest silver player to kick the door in at the ASX, Sun Silver, provided a poignant example last week when its 20c IPO hit the boards at 50c…



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Buxton uses magnetics to define WA copper-nickel targets


Buxton Resources has revealed plans to drill-test three new target areas unveiled by high-tech ground moving-loop electromagnetic (MLEM) surveys at its Ranger and Oculus prospects in an upcoming campaign at its Narryer project in Western Australia’s Gascoyne region.

The company says the surveys provided high-conductance EM plate levels up to 10,000 Siemens, indicating the potential for…



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