Strautmane has 17 No 15 Orange women bury Eastern Shore

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Digna Strautmane led five players in double figures with 17 points and No. 15 Syracuse hit a season-high 16 3-pointers to cruise to a 96-51 win over Maryland-Eastern Shore on Wednesday night.Maeva Djaldi-Tabdi added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Orange (8-2). Strautmane matched her career-high with five 3s.Maryland-Eastern Shore surprised the Orange in the first quarter, shooting 53 per cent and taking a 24-21 lead. Amanda Carney had 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting. Strautmane had nine points, matching her season high with three treys.Syracuse opened the second quarter with a 16-2 run and made five shots from distance in outscoring Maryland-Eastern Shore 31-7.The Orange had a 22-0 run that spanned the third and fourth quarters.Miranda Drummond had five 3s and 15 points.Carney finished with 13 points for the Lady Hawks (2-6), who ended up shooting 36 per cent after their hot start.The Associated Press read more

JKTech recogised for smart minerals technology

first_imgJKTech has been awarded recognition for its minerals technology development at the JK Centre in Brisbane through the Premier of Queensland’s Smart Awards. Last year, JKTech won the Smart Award for mining and mineral processing with its Flotation Optimization Methodology. The criteria used to judge the candidates were: the degree and use of innovation by the company; how innovation was being used to drive business growth; growth in turnover, profits, employees and the capacity to sustain growth in the future; the use of smart business management processes and systems throughout the business.JKTech’s Mineral Liberation Analysis (MLA) system was chosen as one of the three finalists out of 17 entrants. The award was finally won by Brisbane Display & Shopfitting and attracted entrants ranging from yacht builders to salt chlorinator manufacturers. Several companies from the mining industry supply sector were also nominated, including Intellection, Metso Minerals, Monduran, Transcale and the third finalist, Hardchrome. This will provide further support for the ongoing development of the MLA and other mineral related technologies. Queensland Government has announced that the JK Centre has been awarded funding under the Innovation Building Fund to support the construction of a new Mineral Characterization Research Facility at the University of Queensland’s experimental mine at Indooroopilly in Brisbane.last_img read more