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metallurgy

The Times UK – Metalysis has won a contract to Extract Oxygen from Rocks on the Moon.

"A British company has won a contract to extract oxygen from rocks on the moon. Metalysis in Rotherham, which extracts metals from metal oxides trapped within minerals for the electronics, aviation and automotive industries, has been granted a contract worth about £250,000 by the European Space Agency (ESA) to adapt its technique to moon rock." Read more from The Times...
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Metalysis Awarded European Space Agency Development Contract for its FFC Process

Metalysis, the end to end manufacturer of premium, solid-state metal and alloy powders, has been awarded European Space Agency (ESA) funding, contract number 4000131940, for its project titled, “The Metalysis FFC Process for Extra-Terrestrial Oxygen Production from ISRU,” which forms part of ESA’s Space Resources Strategy and carried out under the General Support Technology Programme of, and funded by, the...
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Australian Mines’ scandium oxide verified by Metalysis for Phase II development of next-generation scandium alloy

Metalysis’ partner, Australian Mines (ASX: AUZ), has today provided an update on the companies’ high value aluminium-scandium (“AlSc”) alloy research and development (“R&D”) programme. HIGHLIGHTS Australian Mines’ produced high purity (in excess of 99.9%, or 3N) scandium oxide qualified by international partner, Metalysis, using its process, as a feedstock for next-generation scandium alloy Australian Mines is progressing to Phase II…

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Metalysis raises £12m ahead of commercial production kick-off

Metalysis (or “the Company”), the U.K. technology company with a solid-state process to produce valuable, 3D printable metal alloy powders, has raised £12m ahead of commercial production from its Generation 4 (“Gen4”) industrial scale expansion project. Proceeds will fund state-of-the-art post-processing facilities, feedstock and provide working capital to support the rollout of Gen4. Fundraising participants comprised existing shareholders Woodford Investment…

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