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What do vacuum cleaners, iPhones, electric vehicles, solar panels and Mars rovers have in common? They all take advantage of special properties of minerals and metals to be smaller, lighter, smarter and more efficient than previously imagined.

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A NEW IDEA

Metal Tech News is a first of its kind publication that digs deeper into the mined materials that make modern life possible and provides a continuous glimpse into the future of how material scientists and engineers are discovering new uses for the special properties of minerals and metals.  

The exciting new end uses, however, is only half of the story.  

First, these minerals and metals must be mined – whether from Earth, asteroids or other bodies circling our Sun.

MORE TO THE STORY  

To tell the whole story – from discovering new sources of the metals that make modern life possible to using them to build the smartphone that will let you know the next edition of Metal Tech News has arrived in your inbox – this intriguing new publication also covers new technologies used to find, extract and process the minerals and metals of innovation.

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With a launch date of January 1, 2020, Metal Tech News is a weekly digital news publication and quarterly magazine that reports on mined materials needed for high-tech and green energy applications; and new technologies being employed for the mining and explorations of those metals.  

The weekly digital edition and Metal Tech News website will keep readers up to date on cutting edge applications of metals to modern devices.

INFINITE POSSIBILITIES  

While the applications are infinite, here are some of the topics Metal Tech News will cover:  

• Electric vehicles and battery metals; • Renewable energy and large electrical storage capacity; • Graphene and applications of this wonder material; • Rare earth elements and their applications; • Copper & its role in an electric-centric society; • Alloy & superalloy metals & applications (think aerospace); • Magnet metals & their role in high-tech & green energy; • Technology metals markets; and • Critical minerals policies.  

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