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UQ partnership to spear-head “best practice in minerals projects” study after being awarded Advance Queensland’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership grant

The University of Queensland (UQ) has been successful in the second round of the Advance Queensland Knowledge Transfer Partnership program designed to promote innovation through small business project funding. The project aims to tackle the ever-prevalent issue of best practice in minerals project studies, and will be partly funded by a share of $434,000 funding supplied by the Queensland Government.

Axiom Project Services – joint beneficiary and project facilitator - has hired UQ mining engineering graduate Charlie Graham to conduct the study into best practice in planning and preparation of pre-feasibility and feasibility studies for minerals development projects. As part of the project current industry practice will be surveyed with aims to develop a theoretical framework for improved practice.

The researchers hope that improved definition and understanding could increase the quantity of mineral resource development projects and business opportunities for services, building on Queensland’s reputation as a Centre for Excellence in mineral project studies – a core goal of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership program.

If your company would like to participate in the study, please contact Charlie Graham via details below:

Phone: 0431 678 565
Email: charlie.graham@axiomps.com.au

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