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May
26
2017

Researchers drill deep to unearth cause of 2004 Sumatra megaquake

These transformations caused the mineral bed to heat, pushing freshwater out of the mineral crystals up through the sediment layers. At first, this water would have softened the sediment, actually decreasing the risk of a big earthquake by allowing News
May
25
2017

Team Molebots participates in Drillbotics competition

A group of five Colorado School of Mines students recently competed in the 2017 Drillbotics Competition, one of seven teams to make it to the final round of the international competition.  Team Molebots, made up of one electrical engineering senior News
May
18
2017

Bozdag contributes to revolutionary 3D model of Earth's interior

Ebru Bozdag, Assistant Professor in the Department of Geophysics, is working with an international team of researchers to develop better models of the Earth’s interior. These models will help scientists understand the layers of the earth and how the Mines in the News
May
18
2017

Spear facilitated work on new climate change report

A new joint report, "Microbes and Climate Change" from the American Society for Micobiology (ASM) and the American Geophysical Union (AGU) explores how microorganisms have both changed and been changed by the climate throughout Earth's past. John Mines in the News
May
17
2017

Mines students compete in Shell Eco-marathon

A team of Colorado School of Mines seniors took part in the Shell Eco-marathon, a competition to design, build and drive energy-efficient vehicles, and came in seventh out of more than 25 teams in the battery-electric prototype division. The News
May
16
2017

Mines research team tunes band edge energy in quantum dot films

Researchers at Colorado School of Mines, in partnership with the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the University of Chicago, have developed new designer quantum dot systems with greater control over beneficial News
May
15
2017

Mines celebrates its 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. Dr. John M. Poate, emeritus senior vice News
May
11
2017

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

A solar-powered LED system that alerts motorists to cyclists in bike lanes won the Colorado Department of Transportation’s RoadX challenge May 3, 2017, part of the spring innovation design competition for the EPICS 151 course at Colorado School of News
May
11
2017

ADAPT receives $1.5M to link R&D, defense manufacturing

A Colorado School of Mines research consortium focused on 3-D metal printing technologies has been awarded about $1.5 million by the Department of Defense to connect research and development centers with defense contractors via a centralized, News
May
10
2017

Humanitarian engineering at Mines reaches new heights

The Humanitarian Engineering Program at the Colorado School of Mines is evolving. Having originated as a minor offered through the Division of Liberal Arts and International Studies (now the Division of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences), the News

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