The GCC has announced a new project with its partner universities
Global Comminution Collaborative
The Global Comminution Collaborative is a collaborative research effort to address the challenges of sustainable comminution in the mining industry. The Collaborative’s members include The University of Queensland’s JKMRC, Chalmers University (Sweden), the University of Cape Town, Haceteppe University (Turkey), Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany), and the University of Rio de Janeiro. The group conducts industry-focused research to improve the efficiency of the comminution process while meeting the design needs of large, low grade ore bodies.
The uniform goal of the Global Comminution Collaborative is to deliver class leading, industry-focused research to improve the efficiency of comminution circuits, while recognizing and catering for the specific design needs of large, low grade ore bodies relevant. The multinational, multidisciplinary group which make up the GCC have industry leading expertise in a range of fields combining to deliver world renowned results on various projects. The Global Comminution Collaborative Website is set up to keep up to date with the range of projects being under taken, along with an active news feed, detailing the current undertakings of members and associates of the GCC.
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