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Apr
09
2018

Applications open for 2018 Colorado Technology Primer

Thanks to generous funding and support from the Sloan Foundation, the Colorado Technology Primer for Economists and Social Scientists will offer two sessions July 30-Aug. 3 and Aug. 13-17 on the Colorado School of Mines campus in Golden.  The goal News
Apr
06
2018

Mines students compete in Three Minute Thesis

Twenty-four Colorado School of Mines graduate students participated in Three Minute Thesis (3MT®), an exciting event that challenges students to present their research in a clear, concise manner to a non-specialist audience, on April 5 for a chance News
Apr
06
2018

Distinguished lecturer tackles sound scientific judgment

From attempts to weigh the human soul to misguided investigations into cold fusion, to unaddressed instances of plagiarism that led to even greater problems down the line, the world of science offers quite a few examples of poor judgment. While News
Apr
06
2018

Eustes discusses "super spec" oil and gas rigs with InnovOil

Bill Eustes, associate professor of petroleum engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by InnovOil about "super-spec rigs," the super-sized oil and gas rigs that are growing in popularity at U.S. unconventional plays. From Mines in the News
Apr
03
2018

Civil and Environmental Engineering names new head

The new head of the Colorado School of Mines Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering plans to work with faculty raise the department’s profile nationally and around the world. Professor Terri Hogue was named department head in January. News
Apr
03
2018

Holley wins NSF CAREER grant to study U.S. gold deposits

Nearly 80 percent of all gold produced in the U.S. comes from Carlin-type deposits in northern Nevada, but scientists still don’t agree on how they came to be. Elizabeth Holley, assistant professor of mining engineering at Colorado School of Mines, News
Apr
02
2018

Mines-developed biotech gets $275,000 in angel funding

A Golden start-up company working to bring to market patented technology developed by Colorado School of Mines researchers for the quick and accurate testing of bacterial infections recently received $275,000 in angel funding. Traxion, a Golden- News
Mar
29
2018

Mines professor, student spend month aboard research vessel

A Colorado School of Mines professor and graduate student spent more than a month at sea researching the relationship between earthquakes, gas hydrates and underwater landslides off the coast of New Zealand.  Brandon Dugan, Baker Hughes Chair and News
Mar
28
2018

PhD candidate wins President's Postdoctoral Fellowship

Ashley Bucsek, a mechanical engineering PhD candidate at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded a President's Postdoctoral Fellowship to continue her research career at the University of Minnesota. The fellowship, originally established in 1984 News
Mar
28
2018

Bazilian interviewed by The Washington Post about Shell climate change scenario

Morgan Bazilian, executive director of the Payne Institute for Earth Resources and research professor in public policy at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by The Washington Post about Shell's Sky scenario, which imagines a future Mines in the News

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