IMnI Past Events

IMnI Past Events

To access IMnI's Past Events along with associated presentations.

2015: Manganese OHES Showcase Symposium - Recent Advances in Health & Environmental Research on Mn

14/10/2015

Background The International Manganese Institute (IMnI) launched an ambitious 5-Year Plan in 2011 to cover scientific knowledge gaps regarding the...

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2015: IMnI 41st Annual Conference

16/06/2015

IMnI’s 41st Annual Conference, which closed last week in Shanghai, attracted 154 delegates – down from last year but a...

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2015: IMnI 12th Electrolytic Products Division (EPD) Conference - Hainan Island

12/06/2015

The 12th Electrolytic Products Division (EPD) Conference took place on Friday, June 12 at the Four Points Hotel in Shenzhou...

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2014: IMnI 40th Annual Conference, Cape Town

28/05/2014

IMnI 40th Annual Conference was held in Cape Town, South Africa.

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5th OHES Workshop: Mine Traffic Control Safety

28/04/2014

As part of the International Manganese Industry’s (IMnI’s) ongoing knowledge-sharing and best practices initiative, the 5th Occupational Health, Environment & Safety (OHES) workshop will...

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IMnI’s 10th EPD Conference & 5th Intl Forum of Mn Electrolytic Products

01/04/2013

Conference Program Registration & Hotel Reservation Forms

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