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Jun
10
2019

"Adam was enthralled by our school and our campus." Mines professor talks to The Denver Post about 3-D printed Iron Man suit

The Sunday, June 9 edition of The Denver Post featured a story on how a Colorado School of Mines professor and his students helped Adam Savage 3-D print a real-life Iron Man suit for his new TV show, "Savage Builds." Craig Brice, director of the Mines in the News
Jun
04
2019

Mines, UNSA form new center for sustainable mining research

Colorado School of Mines and Universidad Nacional de San Agustín (UNSA) in Arequipa, Peru, are joining forces to tackle one of the most important societal and environmental issues facing communities around the world: How to manage the mining of News
Jun
03
2019

Junior high girls exploring the world of STEM at free GE camp

Approximately 50 Denver-area junior high school girls began a free, week-long camp about science, technology, engineering and math today, participating in the second-ever iteration of the GE Girls program at Colorado School of Mines. GE Girls Camp News
Jun
03
2019

President Johnson named chair of RMAC Executive Committee

COLORADO SPRINGS – Colorado School of Mines President Paul C. Johnson has been named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Executive Committee and Presidents' Council Chair. Along with Johnson as the newly appointed chair, the 2019-20 RMAC News
Jun
03
2019

Mines launching new master’s degree in data science

A new non-thesis master’s degree at Colorado School of Mines will prepare scientists, engineers, economists and more to harness the torrent of large and complex digital data that has become ubiquitous throughout society. Launching this fall, the News
May
30
2019

Pipeline sensors win The Wright Innovation Challenge

 A “wearable” sensor array that could detect oil pipeline failures before they happen was the winner of The Wright Outdoor Innovation Competition.   The Mines students behind Cipher Skin Orange received the first prize of $5,000 for their prototype News
May
28
2019

Understanding Antarctica and what is melting its ice

A Colorado School of Mines geophysics professor was part of a team of scientists investigating an Antarctic ice shelf the size of Colorado and Utah combined that discovered an ancient geologic structure that controls the flow of ocean water deep News
May
24
2019

Solar Decathlon team entering final push before competition

They won’t start final construction in Morocco until August, but the Mines Solar Decathlon team isn’t waiting to get building.  The eco-friendly model home’s wet wall – the interior wall that contains all the plumbing for the bathroom and kitchen News
May
23
2019

“Those are the questions we’re grappling with.” Mines professor appears in The Guardian

The Thursday, May 23 issue of The Guardian, a large British news organization, includes a story on contamination by poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) on and around some US military bases. Titled “A Trail of Toxicity,” the piece features Mines in the News
May
22
2019

Humanitarian Engineering program featured on Forbes

From Forbes: "Dr. Juan Lucena leads Humanitarian Engineering (HE) at Colorado School of Mines. The program brings together engineering and social science professors to transform the ways engineers are taught to think, define and solve problems with Mines in the News

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