Researchers study methods to extract rare earths and platinum group metals from ocean biomass.
British company AEM raises 29 million dollars in investment—aluminum to replace critical raw materials. Electric motors with rare earth magnets have so far been superior due to their high efficiency and small footprint.
Minimizing the risk of injury and transmission of diseases: An injection needle that softens when inserted.
Scientists develop liquid catalyst that could save energy and CO2 emissions in numerous production processes.
An international research team is developing high-tech materials based on rare earths for satellite sensors, radiation protection, and quantum computers.
The Survey provides states with $2 million to find Critical Minerals.