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Mar
24
2017

ADAPT consortium recognized for economic impact on county

The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies, a research consortium focused on advancing 3-D metal printing based at Colorado School of Mines, has been recognized for contributing to the area’s economic vitality by the News
Mar
20
2017

Mines Students Prepare for the ASCE Concrete Canoe Competition

At first glance, there doesn’t appear to be anything particularly unique about the 16-foot-long canoe christened “Let It Row” docked in the basement of Brown Hall. It’s only upon a closer inspection that it’s clear this vessel weighs roughly 200 News
Mar
16
2017

Start-up Big Metal Additive joins ADAPT consortium

A start-up specializing in larger and more complex 3-D metal printing is the newest member of the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies, or ADAPT, a consortium operating out of Colorado School of Mines dedicated to News
Mar
09
2017

Computer Science's Hua Wang receives NSF CAREER Award

Colorado School of Mines Computer Science Assistant Professor Hua Wang has received an NSF CAREER Award for a research project to create a new machine-learning model for mining various kinds of data that could lead to easier, earlier and less-costly News
Feb
23
2017

Mines and Virginia Tech to create minerals industry consortium

Minerals and metals are at the foundation of modern technology-based societies. Each year, the average American uses about 25 tons of earth materials. Exploration for new resources is at the front end of the mining life cycle, with mining companies News
Feb
21
2017

Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty honored

Two Colorado School of Mines professors in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering have been recognized for their achievements in geotechnical engineering with national awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers. Professor News
Feb
16
2017

Mines petroleum engineering students excel at symposium

Colorado School of Mines students came out on top during the Society of Petroleum Engineers North America Student Symposium, held February 1 to 4 at Encana Corporation headquarters in downtown Denver.   The symposium is a massive conference put News
Feb
08
2017

A Radiochemistry Renaissance

From recycling plutonium to treating toxicity For years, Jensen has focused his research on a concept called “partition and transmutation”—a proposed technology that would essentially extract radioactive materials from nuclear waste stored in News
Feb
06
2017

Innovation officer discusses diversity, Internet of Things

There is plenty of room for innovation as the so-called “Internet of Things” continues to grow, but not without increased concerns over safety and security, according to Florence Hudson of the nonprofit consortium Internet2, who met with Colorado News
Dec
20
2016

Team developing biomaterial to help teeth rebuild themselves

An assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines is working to develop a material to fill cavities while stimulating teeth to rebuild themselves—an innovation that would change the face of dentistry. Melissa News

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