2 March 2022
University of Exeter Penryn Campus, Treliever Road, Penryn, TR10 9FE
Cornish Lithium is a highly innovative British mineral exploration company focussed on the sustainable extraction of lithium and other battery metals in the historically significant mining district of Cornwall. Metals such as lithium are the key enablers of the transition to clean energy given their role in power storage batteries making such metals vital components of the future UK economy.
Advance booking for this event is not required. The talk will begin at 7.00pm.
This is a joint event organised by the South West committee and The Royal Geological Society of Cornwall.
About the speaker
Sally Worbey studied MGeol in applied and environmental geology at the University of Leicester. She spent a year in Sudan working as an exploration geologist on an advanced stage gold project. She joined Cornish Lithium in 2019 where she works as an exploration geologist on the lithium in geothermal waters and hard rock projects.
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In line with government and public health COVID-19 guidelines, this event may be cancelled or the capacity may be reduced at short notice. If this happens, we will be in contact to notify you and arrange a refund (if required).
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This event is recognised by the Society as being suitable professional development for Chartered Geographer and may also be suitable for other professional accreditations.
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