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Hal Quinn: Auto Industry Dependent on U.S. Minerals

March 06, 2015

In a recent Automotive World piece, National Mining Association’s (NMA) president and CEO, Hal Quinn, discusses the contributions that minerals and metals make to the technological advancements of the automotive industry.

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Scouting and Mining: The Boy Scouts of America Makes it Happen

March 04, 2015

Recently, the Boy Scouts of America presented nearly 8,000 Scouts with its Mining in Society merit badge, which focuses on STEM topics and was first developed in 2014 with the support of The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME).

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NMA Newsmakers: Steve Wunning on Mining’s Sustainable Future

February 27, 2015

In the latest “NMA Newsmakers,” National Mining Association’s Jamie Caswell sits down with Steve Wunning, Group President of Caterpillar, to discuss the importance of Caterpillar’s machinery to mining processes and the future of a sustainable mining sector.

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Gold Shines at the 2015 Oscars

February 24, 2015

Sunday night marked the 87th Academy Awards Ceremony, in which the entertainment industry came together to honor actors, directors, producers, writers and technicians for their superb and award-worthy work over the last year.

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The Bedrock of Manufacturing: Mining

February 20, 2015

Yesterday, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) wrapped its State of Manufacturing Tour, in which NAM’s president and CEO Jay Timmons embarked on a 10-stop tour crisscrossing the country and showed—once again—why manufacturing drives American jobs and the economy.

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From Twitter

Thank you, @CoeurMining! RT: Congratulations to @MiningFan for 20 years of excellence! via @eminingjournal

Apple may buy >30% of the world’s gold for the #iWatch! But #gold is worth more than looks. INFOGRAPHIC: via @mining
5 Mar

Thanks for sharing, @CouerMining! RT: [VIDEO] The @DeptofDefense uses nearly 750,000 tons of minerals every year
4 Mar

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