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Apr
15
2019

Two grad students to conduct research at DOE national labs

Two graduate students at Colorado School of Mines have received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy to conduct a portion of their thesis research at a national laboratory.  Erin Bertelsen and Anna Ryken were among 70 students at 52 News
Apr
11
2019

10 from Mines awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Four current Mines students and six recent graduates are among the 2019 winners of the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.   The program, which started in 1952 shortly after Congress established NSF, is the oldest News
Apr
08
2019

Chemical engineering senior to present research on Capitol Hill

Kristen Hietala, a senior majoring in chemical engineering, has always been interested in the natural environment around her. “When I was little, I used to get Ranger Rick, a kids nature magazine,” she said. “Ever since I was little, I’ve loved News
Apr
03
2019

Grad student contributes to World Economic Forum index

A Colorado School of Mines graduate student got an unique inside look at the World Economic Forum as a member of the team that produced the global organization's 2019 report on the energy transition.  Steve Dahlke, a PhD candidate in the Mineral and News
Apr
02
2019

Water treatment hub to bridge research, commercialization

Colorado School of Mines celebrated today the grand opening of a new 10,000-square-foot research facility in Denver that will pave the way for greater collaboration with industry, government and academia to tackle one of the biggest challenges News
Apr
01
2019

Higgins wins ASCE Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize

Christopher Higgins, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded the 2019 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The annual News
Mar
18
2019

Reversible protonic ceramic fuel cells able to store energy

Researchers at Colorado School of Mines have shown that protonic ceramic fuel cells can be used reversibly, both to efficiently generate electricity and to store that power in the form of chemical fuel at times of lower demand.  The breakthrough News
Mar
04
2019

Payne Institute hosts summit on minerals, energy transition

The transformation now occurring in the energy sector — toward low-carbon technologies, increased electrification, digitization and storage — will change the demand and markets for mineral resources and metals. Take, for example, the huge increase News
Feb
26
2019

Gómez-Gualdrón awarded NSF CAREER funds for MOF work

Diego Gómez-Gualdrón, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded National Science Foundation CAREER funding for work to accelerate the synthesis of new metal-organic framework materials News
Feb
20
2019

ADAPT receives DoD funds for cooperative industry research

  The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) at Colorado School of Mines is collaborating with three industry partners on new research into advanced manufacturing for military applications.   ADAPT has been awarded News

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