Dysprosium – The Dark Horse in the REE Stakes

We have often likened the REE space to a horse race. Usually the metaphor was regarding the companies in the field and attempting to predict which shall make it to the finish line and which shall end up getting sent, metaphorically-speaking, to the glue factory. However, in another respect the Lanthanide Stakes has ended up … Continue reading Dysprosium – The Dark Horse in the REE Stakes

Northern Minerals & the Sexiness of Xenotime

As I have noted before, in the film, “The Graduate”, the unworldly character Benjamin (played by Dustin Hoffman) is told at a cocktail party that there is one word that he should know and that word is “plastics”. We are not sure in light of plastic’s progress over the last 40 years whether that would … Continue reading Northern Minerals & the Sexiness of Xenotime