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Sep
06
2016

Mines alum advances facial recognition technology

A physicist with four degrees from Colorado School of Mines is part of a research team that has found a possible solution to one of the major challenges of facial recognition systems: makeup. Mines graduate Alex Yuffa, with lead researcher Nathaniel News
Sep
01
2016

For PhD student, physics is an endlessly fascinating pursuit

For PhD student Alyssa Allende Motz, physics is not just about learning how matter moves through space and time or the complicated laws that govern our understanding of energy and force. She says that physics is more about “teaching you how to learn News
Aug
31
2016

Rare study of berkelium published in Science

A rare study of the radioactive element berkelium, co-led by Mines Chemistry Assistant Professor Jenifer Braley, has been published in Science, one of the world’s top academic journals. Braley, also a faculty member in the Nuclear Science and News
Aug
30
2016

Metallurgy PhD student named to Heat Treating Society board

A Mines PhD candidate in metallurgical engineering hopes to speak for his fellow students as a member of the board of directors of the Heat Treating Society, one of the largest groups in ASM International. Blake Whitley, who conducts research in the News
Aug
26
2016

Physics groups offering bricks from demolished Meyer Hall

Two student physics organizations are offering bricks salvaged from Meyer Hall, the longtime home of the Physics Department, as a reward for helping members attend the largest gathering of undergraduate physics students in the world.  David Schmidt News
Aug
24
2016

Administrative staff focus on team-building

Administrative staff from all three colleges and Academic Affairs gathered in Marquez Hall on August 11 for networking and team-building exercises. Human Resources' Michelle Darveau, assistant director of organizational development, was the guest News
Aug
23
2016

Nanoparticles meeting brings in high school chemistry students

High school chemistry students from Brighton, Colorado, made their own nanoparticles and learned about sampling water from Clear Creek as part of the 11th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials, held News
Aug
17
2016

Mines welcomes 28 new faculty members

Colorado School of Mines is proud to announce 28 new faculty members for the 2016-17 academic year. This diverse group of faculty is invested in educating the next generation of innovators, as well as conducting fundamental research with the News
Aug
17
2016

Mines names seven Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows

On August 5, 2016, seven Mines faculty were awarded the inaugural Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows award for their proposals on how to incorporate ethics into their courses. The Daniels Fund awarded Mines a $65K grant to incorporate ethics into the News
Aug
16
2016

Matlock to discuss steel fatigue at top materials conference

University Professor Emeritus David Matlock will deliver a plenary lecture on steel this October at Materials Science and Technology 2016, one of the premier annual conferences in materials engineering. Matlock, a member of the Metallurgical and News

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