Samsung plans to invest in seven areas of research into new materials to substitute for rare earth metals.
The newly formed Canadian Rare Earth Elements Network could secure 20% of the global demand for separated critical rare earth products by 2018.
Chinese researchers have discovered a way to recycle rare earth elements from wastewater.
China’s rare earths may be perking up after prices mostly settled down after cutting exports of the 17 elements that are used to make high-tech products.
The ColorCycle program collects discarded markers from schools across the U.S. and turns them into clean-burning fuel.