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CET-WB Transfer Pricing in Mining book launched at Chatham House, London

Aug 10, 2018

The World Bank – CET book “Transfer Pricing in Mining with a Focus on Africa – A Reference Guide for Practitioners” was launched in London’s Chatham House on 7 June 2018 as part of an international session on “Making the Most of Africa’s Resources: Addressing Transfer Pricing in Extractive Industries”.

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CET Meet-and-Greet’ luncheon

Aug 08, 2018

The Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET) held a ‘Meet-and-Greet’ luncheon on Tuesday July 24th at the Curtin University St. Georges Terrace venue in the heart of Perth’s CBD.

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CET and UQ win another Australia Awards – Africa tender

Aug 08, 2018

CET, in partnership with the University of Queensland (UQ), have been successful in winning an Australia Awards – Africa tender for the provision of a course on ‘Planning, monitoring and implementing extractive investments’ over the period 2019-2022.

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Scholarships and fixed-term positions within the Loop Consortium

Jul 23, 2018

Offering several PhD and postdoc opportunities at UWA, Monash University and the Geological Survey of Canada that may interest current SES PhDs & Masters students, so please circulate to your students.

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Earth’s oldest stable crust in the Pilbara craton formed by cyclic gravitational overturns

May 01, 2018

The remote Pilbara region of northern Western Australia is one of Earth’s oldest blocks of continental crust, and we now think we know how it formed, as explained in research published in Nature Geoscience - 16 April 2018 and in The Conversation.

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CET a partner in the new $215 million MinEx CRC

Apr 10, 2018

The MinEx CRC has been granted $50 million to boost for mineral exploration research in Australia, and this funding is backed up by industry and the research partners by a further $165 million. The CET and School of Earth Sciences will be represented by Mark Jessell and Mark Lindsay who jointly lead the Automated 3D Modelling Project which will be developing new techniques to reduce the time taken from receiving drilling data to constructing probabilistic and objective geological models.

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