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Antimicrobial copper leads to patient safety

The U.K. health service have concluded that the use of products containing copper, which is an antimicrobial metal, is of benefit and enhances patient safety through minimizing hospital acquired infections.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Nanotech creates super batteries

Miami - Scientists have developed a way to both transmit and store electricity in a single lightweight copper wire. By being able to store and conduct energy on the same wire, heavy, space-consuming batteries could become a thing of the past.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Glencore Xstrata sells stake in Peru mine for $5.85 bln

Lima - Glencore Xstrata is to sell its entire stake in the Las Bambas copper mine in Peru for about $5.85 billion to a Chinese consortium. The consortium is "owned 62.5 percent by MMG Limited, 22.
In the Media by AFP

Anglo American halting Chile Los Bronces mine ops due to protest

Global miner Anglo American Plc <AAL.L> said on Monday it was halting operations at its Los Bronces copper mine in central Chile because of a violent protest by contract workers.
In the Media by Reuters

Anglo American says protest hits Los Bronces mine, operations unaffected

Contract workers have begun a protest at global miner Anglo American Plc's <AAL.L> massive Los Bronces copper mine in central Chile, but operations are unaffected, the company said on Monday.
In the Media by Reuters

Copper hits near 4-year bottom over China slowdown fears

London - Copper prices hit Tuesday their lowest in nearly four years on the London Metals Exchange over fears of a slowdown in growth in China, the world's top consumer of industrial metals.The price of a tonne of copper hit $6,469.75 at 1700 GMT, its lowest le...
In the Media by AFP

Review: New on DVD for January 7 Special

This week’s releases include one of the most stirring series ever aired on television; a new low for an already low businessman; and an entertaining change for a well-known director.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul - 1 comment

Copper destroys deadly norovirus

Researchers have found out that copper and copper alloys rapidly destroy norovirus, the highly-infectious sickness bug that often surfaces during the winter months.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 9 comments

Study: Copper deficiency causes anemia

A new study shows copper deficiency causes anemia. Many people are copper deficient, and even if you have enough iron, this will lead to anemia.
In the Media by E. Hector Corsi

Copper nanoparticles protect food from bacteria

Scientists have proposed adding copper nano-particles into food packaging materials on this basis that this could help prevent a variety of foodborne diseases.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Use of copper helps to cut down hospital infections

Antimicrobial copper surfaces in hospital rooms can reduce the number of healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs), according to a new science report.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 6 comments

Tom Weston-Jones lays down the law on the crime series ‘Copper' Special

The British-born leading man of the critically-acclaimed Civil War-era police procedural cable series 'Copper' discusses playing his character, Det. Kevin Corcoran, a rugged Irish immigrant cop who seeks justice for the powerless in 1864 New York City.
Digital Journal Report by Earl Dittman

Canadian company wants to grow marijuana in a copper mine

A Canadian biotechnology company has expressed an aim to cultivate medical marijuana in a former copper mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The company has been growing other types of plants in the mine for more than a decade.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Op-Ed: When theft can be capital

Hard times and rising prices for scrap metal are leading people to take insane risks stealing from the railway and electricity substations. Some are caught and prosecuted; others are not so lucky.
In the Media by Alexander Baron - 3 comments

Low zinc, copper levels may cause 'spontaneous abortion'

Researchers at the University of Granada (UGR) announced they have confirmed low levels of zinc and copper in pregnant women's plasma are associated with miscarriage, a complication that affects up to 15 percent of pregnant women, the scientists claimed.

Phones don't ring after thieves steal phone wire for copper

When the phones stopped ringing for hours in Quincy, Massachusetts customers were puzzled. It seems industrious thieves had made off with telephone wires from two of the city's utility poles.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Six days after accident Chilean miners still trapped underground

Copiap - Today, six days since the cave-in of a tunnel in a copper and gold mine buried 33 mining workers near the city of Copiapó in the Atacama Desert, intense efforts to contact and rescue the workers have not succeeded.
In the Media by Igor I. Solar - 1 comment

Ancient pyramid in Peru headquarters of a ’copper culture?’

Lima - Archaeologists in Peru have discovered a pyramid used not to bury the dead, but for the living. The 1,400-year-old structure is near the country’s coast, and scholars speculate the inhabitants were master coppersmiths.
In the Media by Christopher Szabo - 2 comments

The Spoils of War - China in Afghanistan

While NATO countries, and especially the US, lose lives in Afghanistan and invest billions into the so-called war against terrorism, China invests, works and builds; and will soon harvest rich treasure.
In the Media by R. C. Camphausen - 1 comment

Copper prices surge indicating signs of economic recovery

Copper prices hit a high on Friday of just over $3 a pound and is a strong indicator that economic recovery is at hand as construction and technologies have increased their demands.
In the Media by Jay David Murphy - 4 comments

Thousands flee from Congolese ethnic-cleansing campaigns

Thousands of Congolese refugees are fleeing from killing-raids in ongoing warfare which has already killed 5-million people. The raids by the Ugandan Lords' Resistance Army now concentrate on killing all the villagers and torching their homes.
In the Media by Adriana Stuijt - 4 comments

Suspected Thief Burned And Had To Be Rescued From Utility Pole

A suspected thief was severely burned on a utility poll in Dallas, causing Fire-Rescue to have to rescue him. The incident caused more than $10,000 in damage.
In the Media by Susan Duclos - 11 comments

Copper Thefts Continue Worldwide

Copper theft stalls Italy trains
In the Media by Bob Norman - 2 comments

Man allegedly chops down pole for copper

A 47-year-old man accused chopping down a utility pole to steal its copper wiring was charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass.
In the Media by Bob Norman - 2 comments

Zinc tops $1.80/lb --- All cents now worth more than denomination

I think they should have been eliminated from our Currency years ago... Think about how many people have jars & jars full of them just sitting around... Sorry Abe but ya gotta go so we can move on...
In the Media by KeithLDick
 

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Det. Kevin Corcoran (Weston-Jones) on the streets of Five Points in  Copper
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Det. Kevin Corcoran (Weston-Jones) on the streets of Five Points in 'Copper'
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Tom Weston-Jones (Corcoran) and Ato Essandoh (Freeman) exchange medical and forensic information in ...
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Tom Weston-Jones (Corcoran) and Ato Essandoh (Freeman) exchange medical and forensic information in 'Copper'
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Ato Essandoh as Matthew Freeman  Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Kevin Corcoran and Kyle Schmid as Robert M...
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Ato Essandoh as Matthew Freeman, Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Kevin Corcoran and Kyle Schmid as Robert Morehouse in 'Copper'
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Det. Corcoran (Weston-Jones) and his fellow detectives investigate a crime scene in  Copper
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Det. Corcoran (Weston-Jones) and his fellow detectives investigate a crime scene in 'Copper'
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Anastasia Griffith (Haverford)  Tom Weston-Jones (Corcoran) and Franka Potente (Heissan) in a scene ...
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Anastasia Griffith (Haverford), Tom Weston-Jones (Corcoran) and Franka Potente (Heissan) in a scene from 'Copper'
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On the set of  Copper
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On the set of 'Copper'
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Rich sources of copper: oysters  beef or lamb liver  Brazil nuts  cocoa  and black pepper. Good sour...
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Rich sources of copper: oysters, beef or lamb liver, Brazil nuts, cocoa, and black pepper. Good sources: lobster, nuts and sunflower seeds, green olives, and wheat bran
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Tom Weston-Jones (Corcoran) in a scene from  Copper
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Tom Weston-Jones (Corcoran) in a scene from 'Copper'
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A Five Points crowd scene from  Copper
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A Five Points crowd scene from 'Copper'
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Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Corcoran and Anastasia Griffith as Elizabeth Haverford in  Copper
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Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Corcoran and Anastasia Griffith as Elizabeth Haverford in 'Copper'
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Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Kevin Corcoran in  Copper
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Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Kevin Corcoran in 'Copper'
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Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Kevin Corcoran in  Copper
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Tom Weston-Jones as Det. Kevin Corcoran in 'Copper'
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Weston-Jones and Potente in a scene from  Copper
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Weston-Jones and Potente in a scene from 'Copper'
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The cast of Season One of  Copper
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The cast of Season One of 'Copper'
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Tom Weston-Jones (Det. Kevin Corcoran) and Franka Potente (Madame Eva Heissen) from  Copper
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Tom Weston-Jones (Det. Kevin Corcoran) and Franka Potente (Madame Eva Heissen) from 'Copper'
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The Toronto  Canada-based set of  Copper
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The Toronto, Canada-based set of 'Copper'
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Copper metal  used as an antimicrobial substance
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Copper metal, used as an antimicrobial substance
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