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Geologists signal start of hydrogen energy ‘gold rush’
But Mengli Zhang of the Colorado School of Mines said tapping natural hydrogen — also known as geologic or gold hydrogen — would be cleaner and cheaper than blue or green hydrogen. “A gold rush for gold hydrogen is coming,” she told the conference.
February 18, 2024
There's an asteroid out there worth $100,000 quadrillion. Why haven't we mined it?
Any progress toward asteroid mining will likely come from the private sector, said Kevin Cannon, an assistant professor of geology and geological engineering at the Colorado School of Mines' Space Resources Program. But there's at least one potential ....
February 16, 2024
Gore-Tex maker polluted some Marylanders’ drinking water with ‘forever chemicals,’ officials say. The question is how many.
Chris Higgins, University Distinguished Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was quoted in this article about PFAS contamination stemming from the W.L. Gore plant in Maryland.
February 15, 2024