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Published: 24th November 2020

Cornish Lithium partners with the University of Exeter to train staff and students in Geocommunication

Cornish Lithium, the pioneering mineral exploration company that is leading the development of an environmentally-responsible lithium extraction industry for Cornwall and the UK, has partnered with The University of Exeter to provide geoscience staff and students at the Camborne School of Mines in Penryn with e-training in practical geocommunication.

Geoscience is the study of the earth and its dynamic processes, from geology and energy resources, to palaeontology and climate change.

Minerals such as lithium are essential “facilitators” of the transition to a zero-carbon economy as the world moves to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy.

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