Metalysis was featured in an article in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers magazine Professional Engineering, entitled “Mining The Moon – The Next Frontier for Engineering Innovation”.
The acticle can be accessed via the following link:
FEATURE: Mining the Moon – the next frontier for engineering innovation (imeche.org)https://www.imeche.org/news/news-article/mining-the-moon-the-next-frontier-for-engineering-innovation
ESA and Metalysis announce team Malt as winner of the first phase of the Grand Challenge to develop innovative techniques for future lunar settlements. Metalysis is thanking everyone who participated in this challenge and helped make it a success! “ESA’s Grand Challenge fosters New Space initiatives in Europe and this brings us into contact with dynamic start-up companies such as…
"Scientists from Rotherham have won a contract from the European Space Agency to develop a process to mine oxygen from moon rock. The firm Metalysis will spend nine-months to develop the technology, which will be used on the moon over the next five years." Read and watch more from ITVRead More
"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...Read More
"A British firm has won a European Space Agency contract to develop the technology to turn moon dust and rocks into oxygen, leaving behind aluminium, iron and other metal powders for lunar construction workers to build with." Read more from The GuardianRead More