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Metallurgy workshops to spark high school interest

June 28th, 2016

John XXIII student Emersyn Haddleton with Peter Kervin from Rio Tinto

Sponsored by Rio Tinto, Murdoch University have hosted a series of Extracting Talent for Metallurgy sessions for high school students throughout June.

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Murdoch students complete decade of free chiro care in North West

August 31st, 2015

The 2015 chiro team pictured on Mt Nameless (Jarndunmunha), L to R; Dr Lyndon Amorin-Woods (supervisor), Dylan Moltoni, Nils Osseiran, Kikki Grevle Iveland, Kristen Sheppard, James Levien, Peta Chien, Dr Bill Hayward (supervisor) Alyssa Chan, Marthin Mikkelsen (front).

Murdoch University fifth year chiropractic students offered free treatments to members of the public in the remote Pilbara region recently – the 10th consecutive year students from Murdoch have made the trip.

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Metals show to set region’s young minds alight

August 25th, 2015

Murdoch is inspiring students to study metallurgy.

Murdoch University’s roaming metallurgists are visiting the Great Southern region next week to fire up high school students about the magic of metals.

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Metallurgy taster for high school students

June 8th, 2015

High school pupils at a previous Extracting Talent for Metallurgy session

Almost 450 high school pupils from WA schools will gain an insight into the role of metallurgists in the WA mining industry in a series of special careers events at Murdoch University in June and July.

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Metals show to set Bunbury’s young minds alight

May 11th, 2015

Murdoch is inspiring students to study metallurgy.

Murdoch University’s roaming metallurgists are visiting Bunbury and Busselton next week to fire up high school students about the magic of metals.

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Students head north to provide care to remote communities

July 28th, 2014

Fifth year chiropractic students are heading to remote areas in north Western Australia in August to provide free chiropractic treatment to people who would not normally have access.

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Metallurgy tour give explosive inspiration to rural students

April 29th, 2014

Roaming metallurgists from Murdoch University inspire students into minerals study.

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Business study tour to China investigates iron ore supply chain

November 20th, 2012

The first study tour of its kind, the tour will examine all aspects of the iron ore industry, from its extraction in the Pilbara right through to product manufacture in China.

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Mining projects may not be viable

August 23rd, 2012

According to research from Murdoch University’s Asia Research Centre, iron ore prices could drop dramatically by 2015, making planned projects in Australia potentially unviable.

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Metallurgists bringing the fireworks

August 22nd, 2012

Murdoch University’s roaming metallurgists are getting high school students excited about extractive metallurgy.

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