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Davis doubtful Wyoming will become hub for non-extractive industries

Division of Economics and Business Professor Graham Davis, who specializes in mineral asset valuation and economic...

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Petroleum Engineering alumna Angela Dang profiled by "The Surge"

Angela Dang graduated from Mines with her master's degree in petroleum engineering in 2016, having played a very active...

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Dugan gives insight into freshwater supply beneath ocean floor

Baker Hughes Chair in Petrophysics and Borehole Geophysics Brandon Dugan was recently featured in “Tapping the...

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Professor Camp to give keynote at Jeffco International Women's Day Celebration

The Northglenn Thorton Sentinel recently shared the news that Computer Science Professor and Division Director Tracy Camp...

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Professor Strathman quoted by PBS' Nova Next

"From Black Water to Green Energy," by Brandon Levy on PBS' Nova Next, shares a pilot system by the public...

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Mines and RRCC collaboration covered by Golden Transcript

The new partnership between the Colorado School of Mines Energy, Mining and Construction Industry Safety (EMCIS) program and...

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Mines Physics grad, pro slackliner rescues skier hanging from chairlift

A Colorado School of Mines physics graduate used his slacklining skills to rescue a friend hanging from a chairlift at...

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Higher Ed Tribune shares Mines University Transportation Center news

Higher Education Tribune picked up our news story on the U.S. Department of Transportation grant to establish a University...

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De Graaf presents groundbreaking research on global water supply

Inge de Graaf, a postdoctoral fellow specializing in hydrology in the Department of Geology and Geological Engineering,...

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Eos: Earth and Space Science News announces Illangasekare's international prize

Earth & Space Science News included the following news item:On 2 November, at the United Nations Headquarters in New...

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CBS4 Denver: School of Mines Researchers Invent Listeria Detector

CBS4  in Denver has highlighted the work of Department of Chemistry researchers in developing a listeria detector that...

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Mines students host Rocky Mountain Energy Economics Banquet

The third annual Rocky Mountain Energy Economics Banquet took place Oct. 27 at the Denver Athletic Club in downtown Denver....

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Mines research highlighted in Colorado Springs Gazette

The Colorado Springs Gazette published a story on perfluorinated chemicals, which mentions the research of Colorado School...

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Professor Timm Strathmann leads USAF effort to destroy PFCs

The Denver Post front page story for October 27, 2016 features Professor Timothy Strathmann and the collaborative Civil and...

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Higgins explains the long-term issue of PFCs

Colorado Springs Gazette published a story on perfluorinated compounds, featuring Civil and Environmental Engineering...

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Maniloff weighs in on eco-friendliness

Peter Maniloff, Division of Economics and Business assistant professor and affiliate faculty for the Payne Institute...

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Mines receives grant to enhance mine rescue training

Mines has been awarded $240,024 from the Mine Safety and Health Administration to enhance training and emergency...

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Mines partners with Vartega to change carbon fiber recycling

Colorado School of Mines hosted an open house celebration of its recently inaugurated partnership with Vartega Carbon Fiber...

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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...

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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...

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