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Oct
11
2018

First-of-its-kind instrument to call CoorsTek Center home

A Colorado School of Mines professor has secured National Science Foundation funding for a state-of-the-art instrument that will allow researchers to gain a three-dimensional view of the shape, composition and bonding of a wide variety of materials News
Oct
05
2018

Mines professor celebrates PhD advisor’s 2018 Nobel win

Like many researchers who specialize in lasers, Jeff Squier was excited to hear this week that three scientists had won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics for their pioneering work with the intense beams of light. For the Colorado School of Mines News
Oct
04
2018

Mining Engineering faculty, students recognized by SME

The Mining Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines has been awarded multiple honors by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME). Jurgen Brune, professor of practice and associate department head, is the 2018 winner of the News
Oct
03
2018

Shape memory functional oxide research funded by DOE

Mohsen Asle Zaeem, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded funding from the U.S. Department of Energy for research on shape memory functional oxides. Asle Zaeem, who joined Mines this fall, will News
Oct
02
2018

Battalora honored with SPE Distinguished Membership

Linda Battalora, teaching professor in the Petroleum Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines, has been honored with Distinguished Membership by the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Established in 1983, the Distinguished Member award News
Oct
01
2018

Hudson co-edits book on governance in South Sudan

Derrick Hudson, associate teaching professor and Daniels Fund Faculty Fellow in Ethics in the Division of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Colorado School of Mines, is a co-editor and author chapter of a new book on South Sudan.  “The News
Sep
28
2018

‘Rolling’ approach could aid nanostructure manufacturing

Two Colorado School of Mines professors have been awarded $250,000 in National Science Foundation funding for research into a scalable microfluidics-based approach for manufacturing nanostructures. David Marr, professor of chemical and biological News
Sep
25
2018

Complex qubit network could speed up quantum computing

Quantum computers will soon be able to perform tasks that not even the most powerful classical computers are capable of today. An interdisciplinary team of researchers at Colorado School of Mines has received funding from the National Science News
Sep
18
2018

Edgar Mine to serve as lab for underground robotics research

The Edgar Experimental Mine in Idaho Springs has long been a unique underground laboratory for future engineers, providing valuable experience to those being trained to find, develop and process natural resources. Thanks to funding from the National News
Sep
17
2018

Hydrate membranes offer new approach to purify natural gas

 A pair of Colorado School of Mines professors has been awarded $300,000 by the National Science Foundation to design a new kind of membrane that uses gas hydrates to purify natural gas. Moises Carreon, associate professor of chemical and biological News

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