CNA signs four-year agreement with TerraCore to benefit students, industry

The College of the North Atlantic has signed a four-year agreement with TerraCore to boost the market for hyperspectral mineralogical services. The collaboration will create more opportunities for students to operate hyperspectral scanning technology and to advance applied research projects. CNA Dean of Sustainable Development Gary Thompson added that the partnership will also contribute toward a more sustainable economy. “Leveraging cutting-edge technologies such as hyperspectral imaging to bolster exploration efforts and minimize mining expenses will be instrumental in meeting the demand for critical minerals,” said Thompson. “Collaborative initiatives, such as the agreement between the college and TerraCore, aim to deliver this technology and train future workers in its utilization.”