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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
Sep
12
2016

Graves speaks at COGA Energy Summit

College of Earth Resource Sciences Dean Ramona Graves recently participated in a panel at the Colorado Oil and Gas Association's 28th Annual Rocky Mountain Energy Summit. The Academic Technical Roundtable: Partnerships, innovative technologies, and News
Sep
09
2016

Osgood interviewed by WPR on political history in academia

A recent NYT opinion piece co-authored by Liberal Arts and International Studies Professor Ken Osgood and Harvard history professor Fredrik Lovegall has led to an interview with Wisconsin Public Radio. The topic is the integration of history, Mines in the News
Sep
09
2016

Mines professor provides insight into cause of red river

Civil and Environmental Engineering Emeritus Associate Professor Ron Cohen was asked by CNBC what may have caused the red color of the river in Norilsk, a city in Russia.  Mines in the News
Sep
09
2016

Physics’ Eric Toberer organizes summer thermoelectrics school

Seventy-five students from across the country and around the world gathered at Mines this past July for the first graduate student summer school on thermoelectrics in the United States in two decades. Physics Assistant Professor Eric Toberer News
Sep
08
2016

Dugan on international expedition studying cause of major earthquakes

Geophysics Associate Professor Brandon Dugan is one of the leaders of a 2-month long drilling expedition studying what causes major earthquakes. The team of over 30 scientists from around the world is traveling aboard the JOIDES Resolution to study Mines in the News
Sep
08
2016

Faculty win NSF grant to turn bacteria into jet fuel source

Faculty in the departments of Chemistry and Chemical and Biological Engineering have been awarded $320,000 by the National Science Foundation to turn bacteria into a more sustainable source of jet fuel.  Chemistry Assistant Research Professor Fiona News
Sep
08
2016

Lafrancois co-authors study evaluating business potential for geothermal resources in Rico

Division of Economics and Business Teaching Associate Professor Dr. Becky Lafrancois contributed to a study featured in The Journal entitled, "Rico tests the water for uses of geothermal resources." From the story: Becky Lafrancois, Colorado School Mines in the News
Sep
07
2016

Mines team to develop smart sensors for wastewater treatment centers

A multidisciplinary team, led by the Ben L. Fryrear Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Tzahi Cath, has received a $1 million award from the National Science Foundation to develop an innovative monitoring and control system for small News

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