We profile Laura Chibnall who is this year’s Minerals Council of Australia Exceptional Woman in Resources for Victoria.
A new hot springs resort and swimming pool are highlighting the potential of naturally heated water sitting under Gippsland.
A new guide for prospectors has just been released, full of tips and tricks for anyone interested in having some fossicking fun.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re giving a shout-out to three women who are ground-breaking…. in every sense of the word.
Some of Europe’s most industrial areas have an approach to net zero emissions that may have pointers for Victoria.
How do you rise to the top in science? We glean advice from four women who have done just that, including Victoria’s Lead Scientist, Amanda Caples.
In the gold mine township of Stawell, about 200 kilometres north-west of Melbourne, researchers are searching for the existence of dark matter.
Engineer Tara Halliday, one of three women who has received a 2019 Women on Boards scholarship, is helping to reduce our environmental footprint.
With experience in the mining, oil and gas industries, engineer Sarah Callil is an “agent of change.”
New geological research confirms that thanks to New Zealand, the Victorian Alps are rising.
A new mining scholarship aims to help more women, such as Loretta, gain a seat in boardrooms.
Victoria is set to be a global player in hydrogen energy through its new Latrobe Valley coal plant trial.
A new pilot program allowing for improved negotiation between landowners & mineral explorers has been welcomed in regional Victoria.
Mining has traditionally been a male-dominated sector, but here’s one woman who’s levelling the playing field.
John Deason & Richard Oates are not household names but perhaps they should be. 150 years ago this month, they made a discovery that still makes news.
VIDEO: Australia's largest mining event was on in Melbourne. We speak to a team of technology makers whose new product could change mining.
What is an ‘earth resource’ and why does it matter to Victoria? A new snapshot of the industry details the answer, as well as other lead findings.
Life for a woman working in the geoscience sector 40 years ago was, quite literally, like entering a minefield. Today the industry is now different.