A proposal to mine one of the world's largest deposits of uranium has ignited a fierce debate over ending a 30-year ban on the radioactive ore.
Ashok Rai is one of the world's go-to men for historic weaponry, and has a rapidly-expanding business to make chain mail armor and WWII hand grenades.
An explosion in a state-owned steel plant in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has killed at least 11 people, police said.
Jury awarded $25 million in damages to a steel plant employee who says his bosses failed to stop years of racial taunts and insults from his co-workers.
A union leader says layoffs have begun at Sparrows Point with the steel mill's owner shutting down the blast furnace.
Weirton's landscape will undergo a major change as ArcelorMittal demolishes idle facilities in preparation for future sale.
Spectro Alloys Corp. faces more than $1 million in fines, civil penalties and required plant upgrades for violating clean air laws and trying to conceal it.
The rare earth deposits in these inaccessible areas should be inventoried and, where potential commercial quantities are found, with appropriate environmental safeguards, opened for bids on leases. Furthermore, the regulatory approval process should be streamlined, simplified and shortened. In Australia and Canada, approval of new mines take two years on average, but in the United States, the same process takes 10 years on average.
Key components of most modern electronics and green energy technologies, as well as defense systems, are made from a small number of elements and critical metals called rare earths. Indeed, rare earth elements are the basis for much of modern technology due to a range of relatively unique properties. From lighting to lasers, magnets to X-ray units, glass tints to electronics, these “rare” minerals are ubiquitous in modern technology.
A Georgia Tech research team has developed a novel technology that enables cost-effective manufacturing procedures after a metal part moves to mass production.
China filed WTO cases challenging U.S. anti-subsidy tariffs on 22 Chinese goods including steel, widening a conflict between the two trading partners.
The Sparrows Point plant, near Baltimore, has about 2,000 employees alone, and employees have been warned of "a lot" of layoffs.
Workers at a Kazakhstan plant owned by Luxembourg-based steel giant ArcelorMittal have held a demonstration to demand higher salaries.
Nucor plans to buy a steel distribution unit of ArcelorMittal for $605 million, expanding its reach in the North American construction industry.
Company held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for the new aluminum lithium operation that is expected to begin production in 2014.
While I’m sure science fiction enthusiasms are in their backgrounds, their main motivation is to make more of what they have a lot of already -- money.
Rare Element Resources promises high-wage jobs and economic vitality, but longtime ranchers worry about traffic, water quality and a change of the pace of life.
The company is expected to face calls during its first shareholder meeting for more transparency on its deals in resource-rich Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Copper prices for May delivery climbed 6.5 cents to $3.84 per pound, while gold, silver and palladium all fell.
The IG Metall union says some 800 workers at a Daimler AG auto plant went on strike because they want a 6.5 percent raise.
The CEO said the $1.2 billion expansion was influenced by a decision to extend Alabama's tax incentives for new industries.
About 66,000 of the potentially defective air packs, manufactured by CSE Corp., did not recycle oxygen fast enough to help endangered miners.
In a job where employees deal with heavy, hot molten iron, there is undoubtedly added dangers, but Bremen Casting is seeing a dramatic decrease in injuries thanks to the added safety measures put into place.
Steel makers bounced back in the first quarter, but shipments and sales continue to lag pre-recession levels.