Lindsay Dodgson

Lindsay Dodgson is a feature writer for NRI Digital covering energy topics including renewables, new technology and the environment.She has contributed to several websites on science topics, as this is a particular interest of hers. She enjoys interviewing scientists and attending events on technology and research.Lindsay graduated from City University in 2015 where she studied science journalism. Before this, she studied zoology at Liverpool John Moores University.  

All articles by Lindsay Dodgson

  1. Could Australia benefit from ‘wonder metal’ scandium?

    In column three of the periodic table, the first of nine dedicated to transition metals, is a little -known element…
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    23 Aug
  2. Growing with green tech: Sweden’s metal mining strategy

    The targeting of the growing global green economy is a key element of the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU’s) metals…
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    22 Aug
  3. Mine simulation made simple

    When Immersive Technologies released its WorksiteVR product earlier this year, expectations ran high: the company anticipated that virtual reality would…
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    17 Aug
  4. Tongo: A promising new Stellar Diamonds project

    Diamond production has been fairly flat since 2009, and there is likely to be a supply and demand imbalance in…
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    14 Aug
  5. How the Goldcorp Hack can teach us to protect the data goldmine

    Though a technologically complex business, mining is in many ways a world away from the spreadsheets, memos and databases of…
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    31 Jul
  6. Kenya’s mining industry: set for a boom?

    Kenya has benefited from its tourism industry, but it falls behind its neighbouring countries when it comes to mining. While…
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    24 Jul
  7. Rio Tinto’s driverless train woes

    The mining sector has been awaiting the launch of Rio Tinto’s autonomous freight train programme in Pilbara, Western Australia, for…
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    10 Jul
  8. Greenland rare earths: what’s the hold up?

    Currently, around 95% of the world's demand for rare earth metals is supplied by China. The country started mining for…
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    7 Jul
  9. Mining in Zambia: Africa’s safe haven

    Mining is a major contributor to Zambia's economy. Copper is responsible for around 80% of the foreign earnings, and despite…
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    21 Jun
  10. Carmichael coal mine: economic potential vs environmental disaster

    Last April, three individual mining leases were approved in Queensland’s Galilee Basin, marking the beginning of a $21.7bn coal mine…
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    12 Jun