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“Spider-Man” assists the JEMS in their search for three of his friends trapped in an underground mine.

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Spider-Man to the rescue in deep mine

A mysterious, yet familiar masked man in blue and red spandex has swung into action to rescue his colleagues from an underground mine collapse in South Africa. Read more »
The Off Earth Mining Forum will focus on a range of topics, including lunar mining.

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Mining on the moon not such a stretch

A growing number of engineers, entrepreneurs and explorers are looking forward to the prospect of extracting off-Earth minerals – and they will be passionately discussing it later this week. Read more »
Mike Kane: Building products in Australia is a work in progress.

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Boral building products continue to struggle

Following the release of its half-year financial results last week, Boral is banking on the recovery of the US housing market to get it back into the black. Read more »
Tyrannosauropus (T) and Skartopus (S) tracks, as unearthed at Lark Quarry.

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Walking – or swimming – with dinosaurs?

Lark Quarry, in central western Queensland, is famous for being the world’s only evidence of a dinosaur stampede. But new scientific evidence suggests the dinosaurs were not necessarily landlubbers. Read more »
Despite patchy fourth quarter results, Caterpillar performed strongly in the 2012 financial year.

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Reductions lead Cat back into the black

Caterpillar has announced record 2012 sales despite continuing economic and political uncertainty in the United States, continued economic turmoil in much of Europe and slower growth in China. Read more »

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