More than half the world's steel, cement, coal, nickel and copper heads to China.
The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns shows the returns over each year of the past decade.
We’re running out of the rare metals needed to power a high-tech future.
Norway's central bank has recommended that the Ministry of Finance remove oil and gas holdings from its $1 trillion (£760 billion) sovereign wealth fund.
Underground reserves South American country one of the most important players of the nascent e-age, something like the new Saudi Arabia.
The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is being developed to study the most abundant yet elusive matter particle in the universe.
Technological breakthroughs are producing sweeping changes throughout the economy, from manufacturing to your check-out lane at Wal-Mart, and from legal research to laser surgery.
The notion that the coal industry should be propped up as part of an "America First" agenda is being challenged by the very people it would aim to protect - the coal companies themselves.
Metals and mining companies are starting to seize the opportunities offered by digital technologies.
Stephen Yeboah explores the relationship between farming and mining, and argues more work is needed to ensure the two can co-exist.
There is a reason we talk about the Bronze Age and the Iron Age: because materials can change the world. These new ones will do just that.
Mining in Peru has led to an economic boom, but local communities may not be feeling the benefits.
When multinationals and wealthy individuals don't pay their fair share of taxes in Africa, it robs the continent of resources that could transform the lives of millions.
Prices of the precious metal are trading at their highest levels in a year, lifting gold out of a three-year downturn. Why is gold bucking the trend?
Why is everyone getting so excited about asteroid mining?