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CMI announces domestic rare-earth magnet partnership with INFINIUM

(DOE/Ames Laboratory) The US Department of Energy's Critical Materials Institute announced today a new partnership with INFINIUM, a metals production technology company, to demonstrate the production of rare-earth magnets sourced and manufactured entirely in the US.
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