Article - 4 Sep 2012
Belgium, with a total population of 10,438,353 as of July 2012, is located in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea, between France and the Netherlands. Belgium covers a total area of 30,528 km2 and...
News - 27 Sep 2016
Goldstrike Resources Ltd. is pleased to report that Phase 1 trenching of bedrock on its Lucky Strike property, located in the heart of Yukon's White Gold District, has returned values of 0.42 grams...
Article - 10 Sep 2013
Bilibinskite was named after the Soviet geologist Yuri Aleksandrovich Bilibin (1901–1952), Karpkinskii All- Union Research Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, who specialized in the study of gold...
Article - 22 Aug 2013
Bambollaite was named after the Spanish nickname “La Bambolla” for the mine where it was first discovered. “La Bambolla” means “hot air” in allusion to the exaggerated tales of rich gold ore found in...
Article - 25 Jul 2013
Altaite was named after the locality it was found - Altai Mountains, Kazakhstan. It belongs to the galena group.
Article - 4 May 2013
Oulankaite is named after the Oulanka river, where it was first discovered.
Article - 2 Feb 2013
Buckhornite is an orthorhombic-dipyramidal black mineral containing tellurium, sulfur, lead, gold and bismuth. It was first described in 1992 from the Buckhorn mine, near Jamestown, Boulder, Colorado,...
Article - 16 Jan 2013
Walfordite was first discovered in Tambo mine, Chile in 1999. It is a mineral species of tellurite. It was named after Phillip Walford, Vice-President and Chief Geologist of LAC Minerals who first...
News - 20 Feb 2017
Alabama Graphite Corp. ("AGC" or the "Company") is very pleased to announce that it has achieved 99.99997% Carbon total percentage by weight ("wt% C") purity from its sourced-in-USA graphite...
News - 17 Mar 2023
Vista Gold Corp. (“Vista” or the “Company”) today announced results of its most recent surface exploration program on two specific areas within the exploration licenses...