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Science may have found rare earth alternative

Scientists believe they have found a new way of making magnets without the need for rare earth metals, which are predominately produced and processed in China.

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Has science found rare earths alternative?

Researchers from the UK's University of Cambridge and from Austria have discovered a new way to make tetrataenite, a possible replacement for rare earths, if a manufacturing process can be developed