Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa

Mintek is an autonomous research and development organisation specialising in all aspects of mineral processing, extractive metallurgy and related technology.Mintek was originally established as a Minerals research laboratory by the government of South Africa in 1934. It is still partly funded by the state with a mandate to “promote mineral technology and to foster the establishment and expansion of industries in the field of minerals and products derived from them”.In collaboration with minerals and metal producers locally and internationally, Mintek develops and transfers new technology to industry for processing, extracting, refining and utilising minerals and mineral products.Mintek offers R&D expertise, service test work, and technologies for the gold, platinum-group metals , base metals, ferro-alloys, and industrial minerals sectors. Extensive laboratory and pilot-plant facilities are available for investigations in the following fields: Analysis , Minerals processing, Hydrometallurgy, and Pyrometallurgy. Wikipedia.


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Agency: Cordis | Branch: H2020 | Program: RIA | Phase: SC5-11e-2015 | Award Amount: 7.84M | Year: 2016

The INTMET approach represents a unique technological breakthrough to overcome the limitations related to difficult low grade and complex ores to achieve high efficient recovery of valuable metals (Cu, Zn, Pb, Ag) and CRM (Co, In, Sb). Main objective of INTMET is applying on-site mine-to-metal hydroprocessing of the produced concentrates enhancing substantially raw materials efficiency thanks to increase Cu\Zn\Pb recovery over 60% vs. existing selective flotation. 3 innovative hydrometallurgical processes (atmospheric, pressure and bioleaching), and novel more effective metals extraction techniques (e.g. Cu/Zn-SX-EW, chloride media, MSA, etc) will be developed and tested at relevant environment aiming to maximise metal recovery yield and minimising energy consumption and environmental footprint. Additionally secondary materials like tailings and metallurgical wastes will be tested as well for metals recovery and sulphur valorisation. The technical, environmental and economic feasibility of the entire approaches will be evaluated to ensure a real business solution of the integrated INTMET process. INTMET will be economically viable thanks to diversification of products (Cu, Zn, Pb), high-profitable solution (producing commodities not concentrates), with lower operation and environmental costs (on-site hydroprocessing will avoid transport to smelters) and allowing mine-life extension developing a new business-model concept based on high efficient recovery of complex ores that will ensure EU mining industry competitiveness and employment. INTMET is fully aligned with EIP-RM validated in the PolymetOre Commitment where most of INTMET partners take part on and the market up-take solutions are guaranteed by an exploitation from industrially-driven consortia composed by 3 Mines, 2 SMEs (AGQ -waste&water tech provider; MINPOL -policy & exploitation expert), 2 tech providers (OUTOTEC and TR) and 5 complementary RTDs with expertise in leaching and recovery metals processing


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Agency: Cordis | Branch: H2020 | Program: CSA | Phase: WASTE-4b-2014 | Award Amount: 1.64M | Year: 2015

Urbanization is on the rise in Africa and this trend is expected to continue in the future. The fast growing use of technology is creating a rising e-waste stream, for which there is limited recycling capacity. Waste management infrastructures and public awareness of the health issues is largely non-existent. Basic environmental precautions are almost absent and health and safety regulations are loosely enforced. Improvements are therefore urgently needed to combat related health issues, alleviate poverty and develop the local recycling sector. EWIT projects aim is to address these challenges, assisting African municipalities in the implementation of effective e-waste management systems for their communities. The project will develop a comprehensive mapping of the baseline data of African metropolitan areas related to e-waste management, analyzing the most relevant experiences, processes and legal tools available. It will then deliver a dynamic and easy to use information and service portal to offer guidance and practical support for the design and development of e-waste collection and recycling systems. EWIT will generate the expected impacts through 5 coordinated work packages. The working model is based on two different set of workshops, one led by Cities and the other by Experts. Tools, implementation models, policies and procedures will feed a dedicated information and service platform called E-waste implementation toolkit. This dynamic and easy to use internet portal will be a strategic source of knowledge for decision makers at industry and local government level. Dissemination will play a key role to assure that the projects deliverables are well understood and ready to be applied. EWIT will define the conditions and actions necessary to implement effective waste recycling systems in metropolitan areas, increasing recycling opportunities for entrepreneurs, generating new jobs and improving environment and health protection of local communities.


Grant
Agency: Cordis | Branch: H2020 | Program: RIA | Phase: SC5-11a-2014 | Award Amount: 8.56M | Year: 2015

BioMOre describes a New Mining Concept for Extracting Metals from Deep Ore Deposits using Biotechnology. The concept is to use hydrofracturing for stimulation and bioleaching for winning of ores. The final process will consist of a so-called doublet, which is two deviated and parallel wells. In order to avoid high costs for drilling from the surface, the BioMOre approach is divided into two phases. Phase 1 will be research on the intended bioleaching process whereas phase 2 will aim at a pilot installation to demonstrate the applicability of the process in large scale including hydro-fracturing and access of the deposit from surface. The first phase should cover the intended work of the current BioMOre approach without drilling from surface. The BioMOre project aims at extracting metals from deep mineralized zones in Europe (Poland-Germany, Kupferschiefer deposit as a test case) by coupling solution mining and bioleaching. Selected sustainability indicators based on regulatory requirements of the European Commission will be applied for feasibility considerations. The main objective of the BioMOre first phase is to design and build an underground test facility for testing the concept of combined hydro-fracturing and bioleaching. The test facility will comprise a 100 m ore block, where boreholes will be drilled horizontally using standard equipment. All necessary equipment for testing different parameters of the intended bioleaching process will be established underground. The intention is to test the bioleaching process in high detail in an in-situ environment at the same time avoiding time consuming and risky permission procedures. On the other hand, the application for the permission of underground test operation must contain detailed information about monitoring of tests and all material controls. No harmful substances will remain in the mine after the tests are completed. Further to that, predictive numerical modelling of a pilot installation should be done.


NOT FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES OR TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES Columbus Gold Corp. (TSX:CGT)(OTCQX:CBGDF) ("Columbus" or "Columbus Gold") is pleased to report that it has closed its previously announced acquisition of a leasehold interest in and to the Castle claim block The Castle claims host an historical estimate* of 272,153 ounces of gold resources adjoining the south end of Columbus Gold's Eastside gold project. As consideration for the acquisition, Columbus issued 1,500,000 common shares to Seabridge Gold Inc. and 250,000 common shares to Platoro West Incorporated (such shares collectively, the "Consideration Shares"). See Columbus' news release dated January 20, 2017 for further details concerning the transaction terms. The Consideration Shares are subject to a 4-month hold period expiring on June 22, 2017. The Castle claims cover an area of 9.6 sq. km and are located 13 km south of the Original Zone, where substantially all Eastside drilling has occurred to date, and 6.5 km south of Target 5 at Eastside where drilling is planned to commence in March. The newly acquired Castle claims contain a near surface, Historical* oxide gold estimate of 272,153 ounces in three different zones as follows: The best drill holes from each of the three ore zone on the Castle claims include: The Castle claims are covered by shallow alluvium, only 10-30 meters thick. Columbus believes the potential for increasing gold resources is good. A map indicating the position of the newly acquired Castle claims and resources in relation to Columbus Gold's existing Eastside claim block and targets is available at the following link: US Highway 95 traverses the Castle claim block. The number of Historical ounces impacted by the location of the highway will be estimated in an updated technical report. Columbus is aware of a nearby gold deposit called Gemfield located approximately 50 km away up the same US Highway 95. An independent feasibility study completed in 2012 estimated the cost of re-aligning the highway impacting the Gemfield project at US$19 million. Gold was discovered at the Boss area in the 1940s by a local prospector. Modern exploration began in the 1980s, with a few drill holes by ASARCO and Noranda, followed by an extensive program of mostly shallow drill holes (less than 30 meters deep) by Houston Oil and Minerals. Falcon Exploration acquired the Boss property and started a small open pit/heap leach gold mine in 1988. The Boss Mine*** Reserves were reported at 600,000 tons of 0.06 opt gold (2.05 g/t gold) and the mine produced approximately 30,000 ounces of gold before it closed in 1990. Heap leach gold recoveries were reported at 85-90%. Subsequent exploration programs by a Falcon/Homestake joint venture, Westgold/Western Mining, and Mintek Resources discovered two more gold deposits near the Boss (Berg and Black Rock) under shallow gravel cover. Kennecott drilled an additional 65 holes in 1993 finding the Castle gold deposit under shallow alluvial cover. The last two drill programs at Boss were by Cordex and Cameco in 1998 and 1999. Cordex completed 28 drill holes, mostly on the Castle Zone. The 100% owned Eastside gold project consists of 844 claims covering 67.6 sq. km and is located 32 km (20 miles) from Tonopah, Nevada. Eastside has outstanding infrastructure for mining and processing, and metallurgical testing indicates that gold and silver at Eastside are amenable to cyanide leaching, whether oxide or sulfide. Columbus has completed 136 holes on the project and drilling to date has been confined almost exclusively to one target (referred to as the Original Zone) in an area of only approximately 1,250 X 800 meters, or about 1 sq. km., of the large 67.6 sq. km land package. Six high priority geochem targets in addition to the Original Zone have been defined and drilling is permitted and scheduled to commence at Target 5 in February. Columbus recently announced an initial NI 43-101 pit-constrained Inferred Resource Estimate at Eastside within the Original Zone, consisting of 35,780,000 tonnes grading 0.63g gold equivalent per tonne, for a total of 721,000 ounces of gold equivalent. See December 5 and 7, 2016 news releases and the NI 43-101 technical report for the Eastside project filed on SEDAR on December 7, 2016. *The historical resource estimate for the Castle claims was completed by James D. Greybeck, Senior Geologist for Cordex Exploration Co. in April, 1999, under the direction of Andy B. Wallace, then Manager of Cordex Exploration Co. and Vice President of Rayrock Mines, Inc. This report and data used in its preparation has been recently reviewed by Andy B. Wallace for the purpose of this press release under his obligations a Qualified Person for Columbus Gold (US) Corp. Drill data used for Greybeck's report was from Cordex Exploration Co., Kennecott Exploration, Houston Oil and Minerals, Falcon Exploration, and Mintek Resources which data is on file in the offices of Cordex Exploration Co. The data is judged relevant and reliable by Andy B. Wallace. The resource was termed a "Geologic Resource" at the time of Greybeck's report, which was in line with current practice for the time. Greybeck prepared geological cross sections and calculated the resource by hand, using a polygonal method with a lower cut-off of .005 opt Au (0.17 g/t Au). Where drilling was closely spaced gold values were interpolated between cross sections using weighted averages projected 50 feet on either side of the cross section. Columbus plans additional drilling to confirm Greybeck's interpretations and to fill in gaps in the drilling. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. Columbus is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. **Using a cut-off grade of 0.15 grams per tonne gold and a gold/silver ratio of 60:1. For more information, see December 5 and 7, 2016 news releases and the NI 43-101 technical report for the Eastside property filed on SEDAR on December 7, 2016. ***The information regarding historical production statistics including but not limited to reports of tonnage, grade, recoveries, and ounces produced, was obtained from historical data and is in compliance with NI 43-101 disclosure requirements. Although Columbus has not verified this data, management believes it is from a credible source. This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to sell any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "U.S. Securities Act") or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available. Andy Wallace is a Certified Professional Geologist (CPG) with the American Institute of Professional Geologists and is the Qualified Person under NI 43-101 who has reviewed and approved the technical content of this press release. Mr. Wallace is the principal of Cordilleran Exploration Company (Cordex), which is conducting exploration and project generation activities for Columbus Gold on an exclusive basis, and the President of Columbus Gold (Nevada) Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbus Gold that holds Columbus Gold's property interests in the United States. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD, This release contains forward-looking information and statements, as defined by law including without limitation Canadian securities laws and the "safe harbor" provisions of the US Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 ("forward-looking statements"), respecting Columbus' plans for drilling and the expected timeline for such drilling on its Eastside property, its plans to commence an NI 43-101 compliant technical report on such properties and the extent of the report, as well as other statements concerning management expectations and the business of Columbus. Forward-looking statements involve risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results to materially differ from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements, including: risks associated with the completion of the NI 43-101 compliant technical report; the ability to acquire necessary permits and other authorizations; environmental compliance; cost increases; availability of qualified workers and drill equipment; competition for mining properties; risks associated with exploration projects including, without limitation, the accuracy of interpretations; dependence on third parties for services; non-performance by contractual counterparties; title risks; and general market conditions and economic conditions. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the statements are made, and a number of assumptions that may prove to be incorrect, including without limitation assumptions about: management expectations; the timing and receipt of required approvals; continued availability of capital and financing; power prices; the ability to procure equipment and supplies including, without limitation, drill rigs; and ongoing relations with employees, partners, optionees and joint venturers. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on the forward-looking statements contained herein. The foregoing list is not exhaustive and Columbus undertakes no obligation to update any of the foregoing except as required by law.


News Article | November 16, 2016
Site: marketersmedia.com

— Market research future published a half cooked research report on Enterprise Asset Management Market. The global market for Enterprise Asset Management is majorly driven by factors such as Aging Infrastructure and increasing application areas in the organization. Segments: The Global EAM Market has been segmented on the basis of Deployment, Organization Type and Application Vertical. On the basis of Deployment, the market has been segmented as • On Cloud • On Premises. On the basis of Organization Type the market has been segmented as • SMEs • Large organization On the basis of Applications Verticals • Government, • Manufacturing, • Healthcare, • Transportation, • Oil and Gas, • Aerospace & Defence among others. Market Highlights Global Enterprise Asset Management market is growing subsequently with the growth of the organization and economy. 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Key Players The prominent players in the market of Enterprise Asset Management are- • SAP SE (Germany), • Infor (U.S.), • IBM (U.S.), • Oracle Corporation (U.S.), • Schneider Electric (France), • AssetWorks LLC (U.S.), • IFS AB (Sweden), • ABB Group (Switzerland), • Mintek Mobile Data Solutions (U.S.), • Ramco Systems (India). “Global Enterprise Asset Management has been valued at US ~$4 billion in the year 2015 which is expected to grow at US ~$8 billion by the end of forecast period with CAGR of ~11%.” Table of Content MARKET INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.2 SCOPE OF STUDY 1.3 MARKET STRUCTURE: 2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2.1 RESEARCH TYPE 2.2 PRIMARY RESEARCH 2.3 SECONDARY RESEARCH 2.4 FORECAST MODEL 3 GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET: OVERVIEW 3.1 INTRODUCTION 4 GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 4.1 KEY STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS 4.1.1 ACQUISITIONS 4.2 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 5 MARKET OVERVIEW 5.1 INTRODUCTION 5.2 MARKET DRIVERS 5.3 MARKET CHALLENGES 5.4 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES 6 GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION & FORECAST, BY DEPLOYMENT 6.1 INTRODUCTION 6.1.1 MARKET STATISTICS 6.2 ON CLOUD 6.3 ON PREMISES 7 GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION & FORECAST, BY ORGANIZATION TYPE 7.1 INTRODUCTION 7.2 SMES 7.3 LARGE ORGANIZATION 8 GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION & FORECAST, BY APPLICATION VERTICAL 8.1 INTRODUCTION 8.2 GOVERNMENT 8.3 MANUFACTURING 8.4 HEALTHCARE 8.5 TRANSPORTATION 8.6 OIL & GAS 8.7 AEROSPACE & DEFENCE 8.8 OTHERS 9 GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION AND FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY 9.1 INTRODUCTION 9.1.1 MARKET STATISTICS 9.2 NORTH AMERICA 9.3 EUROPE 9.4 APAC 9.5 ROW 10 COMPANY PROFILES Continued…….. Intended Audience • Enterprise Asset Management Software Providers • SMEs and Large Enterprise Asset Management Organization • Training and Education Service Providers • Enterprise Asset Management Vendors • Construction Companies • Cloud Service Providers • Network Service Providers • Support and Maintenance Service Providers Purchase a license copy @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/checkout?currency=one_user-USD&report_id=1783 Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: IFS AB (Sweden), ABB Group (Switzerland), Mintek Mobile Data Solutions (U.S.), Ramco Systems (India) among others. Commenting on the report, an analyst from Market Research Future (MRFR)’s team said: Global EAM Market has seen tremendous opportunities in Asia-Pacific region. Growing economy of Asian countries and strong presence of manufacturing industry in China, South Korea and Japan is expected to boost the market. 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Keter F.K.,Mintek | Darkwa J.,University of Johannesburg
BioMetals | Year: 2012

Pyrazoles are widely used as core motifs for a large number of compounds for various applications such as catalysis, agro-chemicals, building blocks of other compounds and in medicine. The attractiveness of pyrazole and its derivatives is their versatility that allows for synthesis of a series of analogues with different moieties in them, thus affecting the electronics and by extension the properties of the resultant compounds. In medicine pyrazole is found as a pharmacophore in some of the active biological molecules. While pyrazole derivatives have been extensively studied for many applications including anticancer, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antiglycemic, anti-allergy and antiviral, much less has been reported on their metal counterparts in spite of the fact that metals have been shown to impart activity to ligands. Thus this perspective is intended to demonstrate the potential of pyrazole and pyrazolyl metal complexes in the areas of drug discovery and development. Several examples, that include palladium, platinum, copper, gold, zinc, cobalt, nickel, iron, copper, silver and gallium complexes, are used to bolster the above point. For the purposes of this review three areas are discussed, that is pyrazole metal complexes as: (i) anticancer, (ii) antibacterial/parasitic and (iii) antiviral agents. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC.


Kahk J.M.,University of Oxford | Rees N.V.,University of Oxford | Pillay J.,Mintek | Tshikhudo R.,Mintek | And 2 more authors.
Nano Today | Year: 2012

The understanding and control of charge transfer at the very smallest scale is fundamental to nanoscience for applications such as catalysis and energy storage. However, the quantitative measurement of the kinetics of electron transfer at the nanoscale at individual free nanoparticles has not hitherto been possible. Here we describe experiments to unambiguously determine the electron transfer kinetics for the reduction of protons at single gold and silver nanoparticles of radii 7-15 nm. We show that there is a true "nano effect" (a kinetic acceleration due to the size of the nanoparticle) for this reaction at silver nanoparticles, but not at gold nanoparticles. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Patent
Mintek | Date: 2014-09-18

A method of detecting an open arc in a DC plasma arc furnace which is based on detecting a linear decrease in the log of the magnitude of the frequency spectrum of the voltage between the anode and cathode.


Patent
Mintek | Date: 2016-01-14

A method of recovering gold from carbon fines in a resin-in-leach process wherein the fines are contacted with an ion exchange resin, in the presence of a suitable lixiviant, to load gold onto the resin, eluting the gold from the resin using a suitable eluent and recovering the gold from a resulting eluate.


Market research future published a half cooked research report on Enterprise Asset Management Market. The global market for Enterprise Asset Management is majorly driven by factors such as Aging Infrastructure and increasing application areas in the organization. The Global EAM Market has been segmented on the basis of Deployment, Organization Type and Application Vertical. On the basis of Deployment, the market has been segmented as On the basis of Organization Type the market has been segmented as On the basis of Applications Verticals Global Enterprise Asset Management market is growing subsequently with the growth of the organization and economy. As the companies are expanding their footprint on international scale and introducing new assets in their infrastructure, management of assets becomes very important. EAM Software helps to monitor the assets and provides the valuable data about the replacement or maintenance or repairs. Global Enterprise Asset Management Market has been valued at US ~$4 billion in the year 2015 which is expected to be doubled by the end of forecast period with CAGR of ~11%. The prominent players in the market of Enterprise Asset Management are- “Global Enterprise Asset Management has been valued at US ~$4 billion in the year 2015 which is expected to grow at US ~$8 billion by the end of forecast period with CAGR of ~11%.” MARKET INTRODUCTION     1.1    INTRODUCTION     1.2    SCOPE OF STUDY 1.3      MARKET STRUCTURE: 2    RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 2.1    RESEARCH TYPE 2.2    PRIMARY RESEARCH 2.3    SECONDARY RESEARCH 2.4    FORECAST MODEL 3    GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET: OVERVIEW 3.1      INTRODUCTION 4    GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 4.1    KEY STRATEGIES AND DEVELOPMENTS 4.1.1    ACQUISITIONS 4.2    PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 5    MARKET OVERVIEW 5.1    INTRODUCTION 5.2    MARKET DRIVERS 5.3    MARKET CHALLENGES 5.4    MARKET OPPORTUNITIES     6    GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION & FORECAST, BY DEPLOYMENT 6.1    INTRODUCTION 6.1.1    MARKET STATISTICS 6.2    ON CLOUD  6.3    ON PREMISES 7    GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION & FORECAST, BY ORGANIZATION TYPE 7.1    INTRODUCTION 7.2    SMES 7.3    LARGE ORGANIZATION 8    GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION & FORECAST, BY APPLICATION VERTICAL 8.1    INTRODUCTION 8.2    GOVERNMENT 8.3    MANUFACTURING 8.4    HEALTHCARE 8.5    TRANSPORTATION 8.6    OIL & GAS 8.7    AEROSPACE & DEFENCE 8.8    OTHERS 9    GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET, ESTIMATION AND FORECAST, BY GEOGRAPHY 9.1    INTRODUCTION 9.1.1    MARKET STATISTICS 9.2    NORTH AMERICA 9.3    EUROPE 9.4    APAC 9.5    ROW 10    COMPANY PROFILES Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: IFS AB (Sweden), ABB Group (Switzerland), Mintek Mobile Data Solutions (U.S.), Ramco Systems (India) among others. Commenting on the report, an analyst from Market Research Future (MRFR)’s team said: Global EAM Market has seen tremendous opportunities in Asia-Pacific region. Growing economy of Asian countries and strong presence of manufacturing industry in China, South Korea and Japan is expected to boost the market. Aging Infrastructure and introduction of cloud EAM are some factors which is supporting the market on global scale. Market Research Analysis shows that aging infrastructure and assets high infrastructure development by government will drive the market in forecast period. As Technology is growing and cloud services came into picture, it is expected that on cloud EAM will eliminate the on premise in coming years. Due to the various features provided by cloud, EAM market will see subsequent growth in the upcoming years. The market for Virtual Reality Market is expected to grow at XX% CAGR (2016-2027)..Know more about this report @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/reports/virtual-reality-market-research-report-forecast-to-2027 At Market Research Future (MRFR), we enable our customers to unravel the complexity of various industries through our Cooked Research Report (CRR), Half-Cooked Research Reports (HCRR), Raw Research Reports (3R), Continuous-Feed Research (CFR), and Market Research & Consulting Services.

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