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Sean Ashcroft

Supply Chain Editor-in-Chief

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Sean Ashcroft is the Editor-in-Chief of Supply Chain Digital and is a regular writer on all aspects of Supply Chain, Procurement, Logistics, Sourcing, Technology & Sustainability. He also is the host of the popular LinkedIn LIVE video show and is also a moderator for the Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE Conference in London each year.

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The Battle for Control of Rare Earth Minerals Supply Chain

As Australia dilutes China's control of rare earth minerals mines, we look at the struggle for control of the 'magnet minerals' driving clean energy tech

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Critical Minerals Driving China's Growing Africa Investments

China's investment in African growing fast as it invests in infrastructure around minerals essential to the global energy transition, especially lithium

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Canadian Gold & Uranium Head Top-Ranked Mines

Mining Journal Intelligence 2024 mines report shows gold, uranium, copper & lithium dominating in wake of clean energy drive

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Gold Nanoparticle Breakthrough a Sustainability Fillip

Researchers discover sustainable way to create gold nanoparticles, promising greener future for uses in sectors including medicine and electronics

Interviews by Sean Ashcroft

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Top 10: Most Successful Mining CEOs

Mining magazines selects the Top 10 industry CEOs making a significant contribution to the industry and their companies

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Top 10: Mining Schools

We explore the world's top mining schools, from the US, Australia, Canada & South Africa, including Colorado School of Mines & Curtin University

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Top 10: Mining Trends

Mining Digital takes a look at 10 trends shaping the future of mining, including AI & ML, automation, 5G, cloud computing & sustainability innovations

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Top 10: Mining Technology Companies

Mining technology is becoming more advanced and powerful, and a mix of manufacturers like Caterpillar & mining firms like BHP & Glencore lead the way