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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Team 2 Efficient 2 Furious Mines students compete in Shell Eco-marathon The competition to design, build and drive energy-efficient vehicles was held April 26 through 30 in Detroit, Mich. Read More

Mines students compete in Shell Eco-marathon

The competition to design, build and drive energy-efficient vehicles was held April 26 through 30 in Detroit, Mich.

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Mines graduates Mines celebrates newest graduates Colorado School of Mines celebrated its newest alumni in ceremonies held May 11 and 12 in Lockridge Arena and Marv Kay Stadium, conferring 741 bachelor’s degrees, 163 master’s degrees and 39 doctoral degrees. Read More

Mines celebrates newest graduates

Colorado School of Mines celebrated its newest alumni in ceremonies held May 11 and 12 in Lockridge Arena and Marv Kay Stadium, conferring 741 bachelor’s degrees, 163 master’s degrees and 39 doctoral degrees.

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ADAPT facilities Creating a network of advanced manufacturing ADAPT consortium awarded $1.5M to link research and development centers with defense contractors Read More

Creating a network of advanced manufacturing

ADAPT consortium awarded $1.5M to link research and development centers with defense contractors

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The 2016-2017 Shultz Scholars. Humanitarian engineering at Mines reaches new heights The Shultz Family Fund has been integral to the development of the Humanitarian Engineering Program at Mines, which continues to grow. Read More

Humanitarian engineering at Mines reaches new heights

The Shultz Family Fund has been integral to the development of the Humanitarian Engineering Program at Mines, which continues to grow.

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Team Molebots at Senior Design Trade Fair

Team Molebots participates in Drillbotics competition

A group of five Colorado School of Mines students recently...
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Mines research team tunes band edge energy in quantum dot films

Researchers at Colorado School of Mines, in partnership...
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Team Side Swipers

Mines students compete in CDOT RoadX challenge as part of EPICS 151

A solar-powered LED system that alerts motorists to...
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REMRSEC award recipients.

REMRSEC funds renewable energy materials research

Nine junior faculty members and two doctoral students at...
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