Category Archives: Gold Equipment

Five accused of major drug seizure on Gold Coast ahead of schoolchildren –

Five men face up to 25 years in prison each, after a major drug trafficking operation on the Gold Coast and Brisbane before high school students. Operation Oxfordshire began earlier this year, identifying a union in south-east Queensland that trafficked cocaine from Sydney. On Friday, November 5, officers pulled over a van on the Gold […]

UO’s Geri Richmond Gets Green Light as New US Under Secretary of Energy

OU chemist Geraldine Richmond has been confirmed as the federal Department of Energy’s new undersecretary for science and energy following a voice vote from the US Senate. Richmond holds the UO Presidential Chair in Science and is a recipient of the National Medal of Science. His research focuses on understanding the molecular characteristics of water […]

Southern Empire announces private placement financing

VANCOUVER, BC, November 3, 2021 / CNW / – Southern Empire Resources Corp. (“Southern Empire”) (TSX: SMP) announces that it is proposing to undertake non-brokered private placement financing of up to 10,000,000 units (each a “unit”) at a price of $ 0.10 per Share for gross proceeds of at most $ 1,000,000 (the “Offer”). Each […]

Elevation Gold Announces Filing of Technical Report on Mineral Resources, Mineral Reserves and Mine Plan for Moss Mine, Arizona

VANCOUVER, BC, November 2, 2021 / CNW / – Elevation Gold Mining Company (TSXV: ELVT) (OTCQX: NHVCF) (the “Company” or “Elevation Gold”) a U.S.-focused gold producer with district-wide exploration projects in Trend Walker Lane, is pleased to announce that it has filed updated mineral reserve estimates, mineral resources and technical report for its Moss mine, […]

Seattle’s Burke-Gilman Brewers obsessed with process and victory

October 16, 2020 was a hell of a day for Seattle’s Burke-Gilman Brewing Company. Within hours of each other, two of the country’s top beer competitions awarded Burke-Gilman gold medals for double IPAs. Suddenly, Burke-Gilman has become the most famous brewery you’ve never heard of. “Even conversations in the Seattle media about who has the […]

Non-food credit growth of 6.8% in the 12 months ended September: lending increases as loans to individuals, gold and midsize businesses recover

Non-food credit drawdown increased 6.8%, or Rs 6.89 lakh crore, to Rs 108.94 lakh crore during the 12-month period ended September 2021, up from 5.1% in the year previous report, the country having lifted restrictions imposed in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and the economy on the way back. This increase has been helped […]

Nice Try Interior: the slow cooker

Photo-Illustration: Vox Media At the Smithsonian Museum of American History, an entire exhibit is devoted to the American table and the way the country eats – everything from an exact replica of Julia Child’s kitchen to a Krispy Kreme donut maker and a of these industrial slicers that transform carrots into mini carrots. And then […]

Penn Medicine pavilion innovates in sustainable construction with LEED Gold certification

Penn Medicine’s new pavilion on the University of Pennsylvania Hospital campus broke new ground in sustainable healthcare construction and design with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Healthcare Gold certification. Incorporating sustainability efforts since the beginning of its development, the future-ready 17-story facility is the largest certified project in the world to achieve Gold […]

New Stanger-Young Leadership Center to be home run for ULM Softball

Floor plan of the Stanger-Young Leadership Center By Online Columnist Paul Letlow Molly Fichtner not ashamed to swing for the fences. The third-year ULM softball coach and his team considered a plan to improve their facilities. And in a relatively short period of time, they were able to find the funds to turn the […]

MTSU opens new recording studios

Just yards from the site where Middle Tennessee State University students began learning 40 years ago how to make music sound right, a new set of recording studios are preparing them for record-breaking careers. Students in the Recording Industry Department now use Studios D and E – nearly 5,000 square feet of custom, expandable, “world-class” […]