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Mar
24
2017

ADAPT consortium recognized for economic impact on county

The Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies, a research consortium focused on advancing 3-D metal printing based at Colorado School of Mines, has been recognized for contributing to the area’s economic vitality by the News
Mar
24
2017

Mines' Robot Pentathlon team wins ASME E-Fest West Student Design Competition

Colorado School of Mines’ Robot Pentathlon team made history on March 18, 2017, becoming the first team from Mines to win the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ E-Fest West Student Design Competition.  Mines undergraduate students Daniel News
Mar
24
2017

New student crowdfunding projects live on Gold Mine

Do you want to help make building the most fuel-efficient vehicle possible? Support the Mines Triathlon Team? With the launch of the spring semester Gold Mine crowdfunding projects there are eight Mines student causes to get behind, no matter where News
Mar
23
2017

Author of "The Frackers" comes to Mines

  A journalist who wrote a book about the little-told history of hydraulic fracturing—or “fracking”—and how it impacted the energy industry in the US and beyond addressed the Colorado School of Mines chapter of the American Association of Drilling News
Mar
23
2017

Help Mines win energy case competition People’s Choice Award

Six Mines graduate students are competing in The Economist's Which MBA case competition, sponsored by NRG Energy, the leading integrated power company in the United States. NRG invited teams from universities across the world to submit a proposal News
Mar
23
2017

Eggert testifies at Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources oversight hearing

The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources invited Professor Roderick Eggert to testify on March 28 at an oversight hearing to examine the United States’ increasing dependence on foreign sources of minerals and opportunities to rebuild and Mines in the News
Mar
22
2017

Mines students show materials knowledge, bladesmithing skills

Colorado School of Mines students demonstrated both their materials expertise and practical skills at TMS 2017, taking second place in the Materials Bowl and finishing third in the Bladesmithing Competition during the annual meeting of The Minerals News
Mar
22
2017

Carbone contributes to CBC story on oil downturn’s effect on Canada’s budget

Division of Economics and Business Associate Professor Jared Carbone, who specializes in environmental economics, computational economics, international trade, and public finance, contributed to the CBC story, “Stubborn oil prices weigh heavily on Mines in the News
Mar
21
2017

Walls addresses oil industry job growth

Division of Economics and Business Professor Michael Walls, who specializes in decision analysis, corporate risk management, business strategy and planning, contributed to the Dallas Morning News story, “In new boom, oil companies say they're not Mines in the News
Mar
20
2017

Mines Students Prepare for the ASCE Concrete Canoe Competition

At first glance, there doesn’t appear to be anything particularly unique about the 16-foot-long canoe christened “Let It Row” docked in the basement of Brown Hall. It’s only upon a closer inspection that it’s clear this vessel weighs roughly 200 News

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