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The U.S. is losing its technological edge. Congress must intervene to take it back.
Walter G. Copan, vice president for research and technology transfer at Colorado School of Mines, authored this opinion piece on two bills that would strengthen U.S. intellectual property rights and accelerate technological innovation.
September 21, 2023
U.S. House debates which minerals should be considered “critical”
Roderick Eggert, a professor at the Colorado School of Mines, testified that the list helps guide public policy surrounding energy development and scientific research. “Why have a list? The simple answer – perhaps a statement of the obvious – is to ....
September 14, 2023
How Big Oil’s wastewater could fuel the EV revolution
“They’re grabbing all the money they can,” said Ian Lange, director of the mineral and energy economics program at the Colorado School of Mines.
September 12, 2023