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Sep
21
2016

Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory delivers massive return on investment

The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory delivered a massive return on investment over the course of eight years, according to an economic impact report released on September 1, 2016.    The Collaboratory is a clean energy research consortium of Mines in the News
Sep
21
2016

Materials Science PhD student awarded NASA fellowship

A Colorado School of Mines PhD student in materials science has been awarded a NASA fellowship—one of only 14 awarded by the space agency this year—to improve the performance of thermoelectric materials that can be used to power deep-space missions News
Sep
19
2016

Physics student climbs to the top

Kuhnel doesn’t have to venture far from campus to get his climbing fix—he’s co-coach of the climbing club twice a week at the Student Rec Center and trains at Earth Treks, a climbing gym in Golden. “I’ve met a lot of people there, some of whom are News
Sep
19
2016

Associate Professor Chris Higgins quoted in analysis of PFOA in Pennsylvania.

In a story analyzing a possible cancer cluster in the three communities surrounding  the former Naval Air Station-Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove, the current Horsham Air Guard Station and the former Naval Air Warfare Center, The Intelligencer Mines in the News
Sep
16
2016

Mines ranks in U.S. News and World Report 2016 Best Colleges

The annual U.S. News and World report of the nation's best colleges ranked Mines as #82. According to The Denver Channel, the ranking by U.S. News and World focuses on academic excellence and emphasizes student outcomes, including graduation and Mines in the News
Sep
14
2016

Career Day remains a valuable resource at Mines

With 232 companies and over 800 recruiters visiting the Mines campus on Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016, Mines’ bi-annual Career Day remains an important resource for students, graduates, alumni, faculty and staff. Attendees met with industry News
Sep
14
2016

Mines commits to Computer Science for All Initiative

On Wednesday, September 14, the White House will host a summit on Computer Science for All, marking progress on expanding computer science (CS) education and celebrating new commitments in support of the effort. Colorado School of Mines is a key News
Sep
14
2016

Agarwal wins SunShot grant to improve solar cell production

Chemical and Biological Engineering Associate Professor Sumit Agarwal has been awarded $615,000 over four years by the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative to develop a scalable and more cost-effective method of manufacturing ultra-high- News
Sep
14
2016

Confluent Medical Technologies Provides $100,000 Gift to Mines to Advance Additive Manufacturing

Confluent Medical Technologies is partnering with the Colorado School of Mines and the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies (ADAPT) program to advance additive manufacturing methods. Confluent Medical Technologies has Mines in the News
Sep
13
2016

Nuclear PhD student wins award for fuel cycle research

A PhD student in nuclear engineering has been awarded a prize in the Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Awards, sponsored by the Department of Energy Office of Fuel Cycle Technologies. Michael Servis’ award-winning research paper, “A Molecular News

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