CNA receives funding for new imaging technology for mining

July 22, 2021
College of the North Atlantic has received funding to support the introduction of new imaging technology to be used in mining. A total contribution of $4.5M has been provided by the Government of Canada and Government of Newfoundland to develop advanced drill core imaging technology. “This state-of-the-art technology … aligns perfectly with the college’s vision to further expand and develop its applied research and innovation arm so that we can assist industry in achieving positive, breakthrough results in the mining sector,” said CNA President Liz Kidd. “We are also excited that our graduates will benefit from the training associated with the (Hyperspectral Scanning Unit).” CNA | Canada | NL (NL)