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Around 90 sites, each containing up to 400 vessels, make up the Plain of Jars.

Drones used to study ancient quarries

Archaeologists from Australia have been using drones to remotely study ancient quarries close to a mysterious place of ancient historic interest in Laos known as the Plain of Jars. Read more »
A commercial law academic contends that the proposed mining of planets and asteroids by corporate entities would be in contravention of international law.

US ‘asteroid act’ opens ethical can of worms

The extractive industry is another step closer to the “final frontier” – since the US Congress passed a law permitting the commercial mining of asteroids. Read more »
The LX1 and HX1 prototypes are said to represent the future of quarrying.

Supplier debuts electric-powered prototypes

A manufacturer unveiled an electric quarry research project and futuristic equipment prototypes, including autonomous and electric-powered machines, at an international event. Read more »
The market’s predicted compound annual growth rate is 5.15 per cent from 2016 to 2020.

Global aggregates industry to grow 5 per cent by 2020

The output of the global construction aggregates market is predicted to increase more than five per cent over the next four years, according to a market research report. Read more »


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