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Oct
05
2016

Wiggins provides insight on the economic, environmental value of solar panels

Division of Economics and Business Visiting Professor Seth Wiggins, who specializes in resource economics, contributed to the WalletHub.com story, “Are Solar Panels Worth It? Experts Pick Sides.” From the story: "Yes, solar panels are worth it. They Mines in the News
Oct
04
2016

Crowdfunding arrives at Mines

Crowdfunding is the fastest growing form of fundraising on a national basis, and Mines is on the cutting edge as one of a small number of universities who have launched platforms. On October 4, the university launched its exclusive crowdfunding News
Oct
04
2016

ADAPT featured in ColoradoBiz Magazine and Innovation News

Picking up our story of Governor Hickenlooper's tour of the ADAPT advanced characterization center, ColoradoBiz Magazine featured the research center in its coverage of Manufacturing Day in Colorado.  The same story was featured in Innovation News Mines in the News
Oct
04
2016

Mines team receives $1.5M to develop radiation detectors

A unique collaboration between a synthetic chemist and a nuclear physicist at Colorado School of Mines has been awarded $1.5 million over five years by the Department of Homeland Security to develop stable, inexpensive materials for detecting News
Oct
03
2016

Gov. Hickenlooper kicks off CO Manufacturing Month at ADAPT

ADAPT team members celebrate the Governor's proclamation, naming October Colorado Manufacturing Month.Left to right: Aaron Stebner, Katie Woslager, Governor John Hickenlooper, Brandan Kappes, Mickele Bragg, Sumer Sorensen-Bain,Heidi Hostetter,  News
Sep
30
2016

Geology PhD student receives interdisciplinary research award

Colorado School of Mines Geology PhD student Sebastian Cardona was awarded the Stephen E. Laubach Structural Diagenesis Award during the Geological Society of America’s 2016 Annual Meeting, held September 25-28 in Denver.Cardona represented Mines’ News
Sep
30
2016

CGS's Paul Morgan weighs in on geothermal energy and Mars colonization

A recent article in Forbes explores the future of humanity in the context of colonizing Mars, suggesting that a long-term energy source is necessary is required for mankind's survival on the red planet. Colorado Geological Survey geothermal Mines in the News
Sep
29
2016

Joe Coors boosted Mines, golf team as trustee and donor

Joe Coors Jr., a great-grandson of Coors Brewing founder Adolph Coors, a former member of the Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees and an enthusiastic supporter of Mines athletics—particularly the golf team—died September 15. He was 74 years News
Sep
29
2016

CEE Research Associate Professor Andrea Blaine featured in Science Mag and Science Daily

Could excess water from oil and gas operations help farmers and reduce seismicity? Dr. Andrea Blaine and her student researchers from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado School of Mines aim to answer that question. Here Mines in the News
Sep
26
2016

Mines honorary doctorate recipient inducted into Nat'l Mining Hall of Fame

Contact: Agata Bogucka, Communications Manager, College of Earth Resource Sciences & Engineering | 303-384-2657 | abogucka@mines.eduRachelle Trujillo, Senior Director, Marketing Communications, CSM Foundation / 303-273-3526 / rtrujillo@mines.edu News

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