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  • Traction Uranium (CSE:TRAC) has begun its summer program to examine radiation-induced quartz degradation with hearty bay core samples
  • The company also announced it had added two new members to its research team under the guidance of Dr. Yuanming Pan
  • The new researchers include Ayetullah Tunc and Reza Deevsalar
  • The company said results from examining quartz degradation will allow the team to refine drill targets and improve accuracy
  • Shares of Traction Uranium are up 2.50 per cent to C$0.41 as of 1:19 p.m. EDT on Tuesday

Traction Uranium (CSE:TRAC) has begun its summer program to examine radiation-induced quartz degradation with hearty bay core samples in the Athabasca Basin.

The company also added two new members to its research team, who will work under the guidance of Dr. Yuanming Pan to carry out the summer program.

The new additions to the research team include Ayetullah Tunc, an M.Sc. student in geological sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, and Reea Deevsalar, who earned his Ph.D. degree in petrology and geochemistry of magmatic systems from the Taribat Modares University in Tehran, Iran.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Yuanming Pan’s research team to our group and are excited to integrate both Ayetullah and Reza into our summer follow up programs at both Hearty Bay and Lazy Edwards. Ayetullah and Reza will be joining Fission 3.0’s team in mobilizing to Fond Du Lac this week to commence the summer follow up program executing Dr. Yuanming Pan’s vectoring technique by systematically sampling drill cores from the Hearty Bay drill program we completed in April,” Lester Esteban CEO of Traction Uranium, said in a press release.

Esteban added that results from examining quartz degradation will allow its team to refine drill targets and improve the accuracy by focusing its efforts in the right areas.

Traction Uranium is a mineral exploration company focused on developing discovery prospects in Canada, including its two flagship uranium projects in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin.

Shares of Traction Uranium are up 2.50 per cent to C$0.41 as of 1:19 p.m. EDT on Tuesday.

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