Cutting the cost of titanium: CSE team wins ARPA-E funding to explore new extraction method | Case School of Engineering

Efficient extraction method could lower the cost of titanium by up to 60%, potentially impacting transport, aerospace and defence industries

A low-cost, energy-efficient method to extract the strategic metal titanium from ore, proposed by the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency for contract negotiations.

Cutting the cost of titanium: CSE team wins ARPA-E funding to explore new extraction method | Case School of Engineering.

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