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Jun
27
2012

Mines study finds wildfires significantly impact drinking water quality

GOLDEN, Colo., June 27, 2012 – As numerous wildfires burn across Colorado, a new study conducted by Mines Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students last semester details how these fires can be detrimental to drinking water quality and Press Release
Jun
25
2012

Water: mastering the monumental challenge

Take raw sewage flowing from a major apartment complex. Send it through a 2 millimeter screen. Let a flora of microorganisms feast on it for a while. Filter it – this time through pores just 50 billionths of a meter across. Don’t touch it with a News
Jun
21
2012

Mines grad student develops 'invisible joystick'

Check out this video of a robotics project created by a Mines graduate student last semester in the Mechanical Engineering Department: “The project assignment was open-ended and the main requirement was that it incorporate mechanical, electrical News
Jun
21
2012

Unlocking Unconventional Oil and Gas

In the basement of Alderson Hall, in a lab painted butter yellow and crimson with soaring, utilitarian square concrete pillars, amongst a hodgepodge of machine room detritus and laboratory equipment, is a non-descript apparatus that does something News
Jun
20
2012

Mines launches mobile website and free downloadable apps

GOLDEN, Colo., June 20, 2012 – Colorado School of Mines has launched a mobile website and free downloadable apps for the iPhone and Android phones. The mobile site can be accessed via smartphones at m.mines.edu and the apps are available for Press Release
Jun
19
2012

Key to Super Collaborations? Supercomputing

This is a story of humans and hardware. What happened when professors, tops in their different fields of energy research, gained campus access to a world-class supercomputer? The story began four years ago with the institutional vision to bring a News
Jun
19
2012

Guzman heads Mines’ Multicultural Engineering Program

GOLDEN, Colo., June 19, 2012 – Dr. Fernando Guzman has joined the Colorado School of Mines community as executive director of the school’s Multicultural Engineering Program (MEP). Guzman has a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from the Press Release
Jun
18
2012

CBS 4 features Mines alum who designs Ping golf clubs

Marty Jertson graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 2002 with a mechanical engineering degree. Today he's applying his education to the game of golf, designing clubs for Ping. CBS 4 Denver highlighted Jerston in a recent piece.   Mines in the News
Jun
18
2012

Colorado School of Mines: Transforming talent into unmatched expertise

Colorado School of Mines is leading the way in engineering education and research. This video, featured on ASEE TV during the American Society for Engineering Education’s annual conference in June 2012, highlights some of the reasons why. News
Jun
18
2012

Admiral Richard Truly on leadership

  Retired as a vice admiral after a Navy career of 30 years, Richard Truly can speak about leadership from a remarkable perspective. He began his career after earning a degree in aerospace engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. After News

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