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Dec
16
2016

Looking forward to a bright future

On December 16, 2016, 195 bachelor's students, 134 master’s students and 47 doctoral students will walk across the Lockridge Arena stage and shake President Paul C. Johnson’s hand, a symbolic gesture representing the end of one era and the beginning News
Dec
13
2016

Start-up seeks to bring bacteria test to market

A patented technology developed by Colorado School of Mines researchers for quick and accurate testing of bacterial infections has been licensed by a Golden-based start-up, which hopes to bring a product to market by 2018. University Professor News
Dec
01
2016

Mines researchers prepare space observatory for flight

A space observatory assembled at Colorado School of Mines by Mines faculty and students and members of the international EUSO collaboration will launch from New Zealand in March 2017 and fly at 110,000 feet, making the first fluorescence News
Nov
30
2016

New faculty boost Mines' efforts to increase diversity

Colorado School of Mines administrators and faculty in metallurgical and materials engineering are leading efforts to increase diversity in the field, with prominent roles in this past summer’s 2nd Summit on Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and News
Nov
29
2016

Articles by MME's Van Tyne among Forge magazine's best

Four articles coauthored by Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Professor Emeritus Chester Van Tyne have been named among the top 10 articles published in the history of Forge magazine, which covers the global forging industry. The list was News
Nov
29
2016

2016 Mid-year Commencement Dec. 16

This December, Colorado School of Mines will hold two mid-year degree commencement ceremonies: ·      The undergraduate Commencement Ceremony will take place on Dec. 16 at 9:30 a.m. in Lockridge Arena. ·      The graduate Commencement Ceremony (MS News
Nov
22
2016

Zimmerman offers new insight into organic photovoltaics

An assistant professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines has been published in the journal Nano Letters with a paper that improves our understanding of organic photovoltaic materials—resolving a decade-old conflict between theory and experiment News
Nov
22
2016

Climbing for Mines

And his endurance training was put to the test. Of the 22 U.S. team members in the competition, Kuhnel was one of four participating in sport climbing, which relies on strength and stamina. “It’s a really difficult climb,” he explained. “Each hold News
Nov
18
2016

Mines Makerspaces: A hub and spoke network to fuel entrepreneurship and innovation

“Shared spaces are built on trust,” said Musick. “We all have a vested interested in making things that do things. The space isn’t going to meet every need, but it is a huge step for innovation at Mines and part of an even grander vision.” Moore News
Nov
17
2016

Mines Ethics Bowl team earns a bid to the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl

A team of Colorado School of Mines students competed at the Rocky Mountain Regional Ethics Bowl, hosted by Mines on November 12, and will advance to the national competition. This is the second year in a row that Mines has earned a bid to the News

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