Nobel Prize winner Sir Fraser Stoddart hopes to turn gold mines green

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Published : March 16th, 2017
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A British Nobel Prize winner is hoping to revolutionise the mining industry with a new technique for extracting gold that does away with poisonous cyanide.

Sir Fraser Stoddart, the Scottish-born scientist who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2016, is behind a new start-up that is testing a starch-based method of separating gold from ore.

The "serendipitous discovery" by Sir Fraser's research team at Northwestern University in Chicago is being developed by his company Cycladex in Nevada. ...

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