Rajasthan sits over 11.48 cr tonnes of gold deposits: Experts


Nearly 11.48 crore tonnes of gold deposits have been confirmed by scientists and geologists in Rajasthan, with experts claiming that the deposits are mostly located in the cities of Banswara and Udaipur. Speaking to the media, N Kutumba Rao, director general of the Geological Survey of India (GSI), said the deposits were expected to be present at a depth of 300 feet under the earth’s surface. Rao said the work for exploration of copper and gold was going on after traces of these materials were found at these locations. Read more

 

AkzoNobel NV said that it is to develop a revolutionary fouling prevention technology which uses ultraviolet light-emitting diodes (UV-LED). The pioneering solution – which uses underlying technology developed by Royal Philips – will be applied to underwater surfaces to eliminate fouling growth. By teaming up AkzoNobel’s cutting-edge surface protection and adhesion know-how with Royal Philips’ unrivalled capabilities and intellectual property in UV-LED lighting and electronics. Read more

 

Covestro AG said that it will present new concepts based on polycarbonate for e-mobility and autonomous driving. The focal points of the developments are integration of lighting and sensor technology, automotive glazing, a functional and individually designed interior, and the powertrain for electric vehicles. Driven by new technologies, mobility is changing worldwide. Trends such as autonomous driving, connectivity and electrification require completely new vehicle concepts and technologies. Read more

 

Dow Chemical International Pvt Ltd has collaborated with its value chain partner in India to solve the issue of recycling barrier films. Dow packaging & speciality plastics (P&SP) has advanced its partnership with a local leading barrier film manufacturer, Vishakha Group, to develop a ‘recyclable barrier film’ for liquid packaging. This allows for an increased use of recycled plastic materials and provides an incentive for recovery of post-consumption plastics waste. Read more

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