Mines, Colorado Classic celebrate trailblazing women The Women Engineering Change and Blazing Their Own Trails panel on July 26 will feature Tricia Downing and Mines alumni Erica Clevenger and Lauren Revis. Read More

Mines, Colorado Classic celebrate trailblazing women

The Women Engineering Change and Blazing Their Own Trails panel on July 26 will feature Tricia Downing and Mines alumni Erica Clevenger and Lauren Revis.

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Dr. Johnson with students outside the National Wind Technology Center Wind turbine inspired by palm trees being tested in Colorado The end result could be the largest wind turbine ever built, a behemoth capable of producing 50 megawatts of power from an offshore wind farm. Read More

Wind turbine inspired by palm trees being tested in Colorado

The end result could be the largest wind turbine ever built, a behemoth capable of producing 50 megawatts of power from an offshore wind farm.

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Adam Savage’s new show to kick off with Mines… and an Iron Man suit The former MythBuster got an assist from Mines advanced manufacturing faculty and students. "Savage Builds" airs June 14 on the Discovery Channel. Read More

Adam Savage’s new show to kick off with Mines… and an Iron Man suit

The former MythBuster got an assist from Mines advanced manufacturing faculty and students. "Savage Builds" airs June 14 on the Discovery Channel.

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Mines launching new master’s degree in data science "Data science skills open doors to almost any field, such as applications in the physical processes and the environment, additive manufacturing, health care, economics and e-commerce,” program co-director Doug Nychka said. Read More

Mines launching new master’s degree in data science

"Data science skills open doors to almost any field, such as applications in the physical processes and the environment, additive manufacturing, health care, economics and e-commerce,” program co-director Doug Nychka said.

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Interhouse rendering Solar Decathlon team entering final push before this fall's competition It’s been a busy 15 months since Mines students learned they had qualified for the first decathlon competition to be hosted in Africa. Read More

Solar Decathlon team entering final push before this fall's competition

It’s been a busy 15 months since Mines students learned they had qualified for the first decathlon competition to be hosted in Africa.

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Toberer honored with Presidential Early Career Award

Eric Toberer, associate professor of physics at Colorado...
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Eliot Kapit

American Physical Society recognizes Kapit for advocacy

Eliot Kapit, associate professor of physics at Colorado...
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Mae Jemison

Jemison named Homecoming Distinguished Lecturer

Mae C. Jemison, the first woman of color in space, will be...
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Apollopalooza to feature talks from two Mines professors

Two Colorado School of Mines professors are among the...
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