John Speer is interviewed by IOM3 about receiving the Bessemer Gold Medal. Mines professor wins one of world's top prizes in metallurgy and materials MME's John Speer receives Bessemer Gold Medal from Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in the UK Read More

Mines professor wins one of world's top prizes in metallurgy and materials

MME's John Speer receives Bessemer Gold Medal from Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in the UK

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Pei leads team simulating 6.7 earthquakes on massive shake-table Researchers are putting an innovative 22-foot tall structure through a series of seismic tests on the world’s largest outdoor shake-table as part of an NSF-project to learn about earthquake-resistant building design. Read More

Pei leads team simulating 6.7 earthquakes on massive shake-table

Researchers are putting an innovative 22-foot tall structure through a series of seismic tests on the world’s largest outdoor shake-table as part of an NSF-project to learn about earthquake-resistant building design.

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Looking back on 25 years of the 'deep hot biosphere' Mines microbiologists have coauthored an article that examines the widespread impact of a paper suggesting that microbial life exists deep throughout the Earth’s subsurface Read More

Looking back on 25 years of the 'deep hot biosphere'

Mines microbiologists have coauthored an article that examines the widespread impact of a paper suggesting that microbial life exists deep throughout the Earth’s subsurface

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Lauren-Foster Hydrology graduate student wins DOE research award Lauren Foster, a PhD student in Hydrologic Science and Engineering, will spend next year researching the effects of climate change in complex terrain at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab as part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program. Read More

Hydrology graduate student wins DOE research award

Lauren Foster, a PhD student in Hydrologic Science and Engineering, will spend next year researching the effects of climate change in complex terrain at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab as part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program.

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Expedition leaders from left: Lisa McNeill, Brandon Dugan, Katerina Petronotis. (Photo credit: Tim Fulton, IODP JRSO.) Researchers drill deep to unearth cause of 2004 Sumatra megaquake A team of international scientists breaks new ground in understanding the geological processes that cause massive earthquakes and tsunamis. Read More

Researchers drill deep to unearth cause of 2004 Sumatra megaquake

A team of international scientists breaks new ground in understanding the geological processes that cause massive earthquakes and tsunamis.

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Two Mines professors receive SunShot grants

Two Colorado School of Mines professors have received...
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Colorado School of Mines associate professor Jennifer Wilcox was featured on an episode of People Behind the Science.

Wilcox featured on People Behind the Science podcast

Jennifer Wilcox, associate professor of chemical and...
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Colorado School of Mines professor Alexei Milkov discusses the latest biennial assessment from the Potential Gas Committee.

PGC reports record future U.S. natural gas supply

The Potential Gas Committee, which receives guidance and...
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Tim Bell, founder of CS Unplugged, delivers a keynote address at CSPdWeek.

300 K-12 computer science educators come to Mines

More than 300 K-12 educators are at Colorado School of...
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