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Supporting the Poppy Appeal
Blast from the past!
The basic industries are always quoted as Farming, Forestry and Fishing - but the fourth is Mining
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Listen and learn
Help celebrate our 125th anniversary!
CSM and mining are synonymous all over the globe
The traditions and prestige of CSM are something special
there are plenty of opportunities that come out being a part of CSM
Assume nothing, Check everything, Follow up
Attending CSM was an unforgettable three years
CSM researchers help diversify world's supply of critical metals
It's the personal associations and firm friendships we developed and treasured that takes pride of place
grasp every opportunity
You need to learn to let go of your mistakes
I have a great sense of pride arising from my association with CSM
There is a real sense of pride in CSM and what it has given to so many over the years.
The sky is the limit if you are prepared to put your head down and do the hard yards
Global community
There was only one course, mining engineering, aimed at delivering an
They still expect a scene from the seven dwarves with picks and shovels and a canary in a cage
Celebration message from Dr Andrew Howard
The experience of seeing a thousand different things, and seeing the same thing a thousand times, are not the same thing
Mining in literature
The next space race
Coal: The facts
Having a blast!
CSM was the key to the door of my mining career
CSM bring home the Gold!
Those who never make mistakes, never succeed
2,000 years of Cornish mining tradition
CSM students reveal what lies beneath
Women in mining
Research helps understand threat from volcanoes
2,000 years of Cornish mining tradition
Leading the green revolution
Did you know
Ric Davies
The basic industries are always quoted as Farming, Forestry and Fishing - but the fourth is Mining
Leading the green revolution
Like a Canary in a Coal Mine
Help celebrate our 125th anniversary!
CSM supports centenary conference of Cornish Institute of Engineers
New water-powered plant halves the cost of treating mine water
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