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  1. Australia’s great mining universities
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Australia’s great mining universities

This year’s QS World University Rankings - renowned for its listings of global university courses - included five Australian universities in the top ten mineral and mining engineering courses. We round up the best to profile their offerings, and how they’re keeping up with changing times.

Q&A: managing security risks in mining with AKE and Mining Security Working Group

In November, local gunmen killed 37 employees of Canadian miner Semafo while travelling to work at the Boungou mine in Burkina Faso, raising awareness of the dangers faced by mining majors operating in foreign countries. We speak to Martin Taylor, associate director at security firm AKE International, and Charles Dumbrille, president of the Mining Security Working Group, about these risks.

Can behavioural science create a safer mining industry?

A team of behavioural scientists spoke to thousands of people working in mining in order to identify factors that impact cultures around safety. Andrew Tunnicliffe spoke to Dr Emily Haas of NIOSH to found out how their research can improve communication, and ultimately save lives.

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