New geophysics professor's work in Antarctica featured by Gizmodo

Matt Siegfried, a physical glaciologist and new assistant professor of geophysics at Colorado School of Mines, is currently in Antarctica contributing to the Subglacial Antarctic Lakes Scientific Access (SALSA) project, and his work, to service one ....
January 3, 2019

Mines students working to improve cycling safety featured on 9News Denver

A group of Colorado School of Mines students has partnered with the Chad William Young Foundation to develop an algorithm that could help cyclists avoid accidents like the one that took Young's life in 2017 . Members of the Capstone Design team - ....
December 10, 2018

Paul Morgan discusses NASA Mars InSight landing with Fox31 Denver

Paul Morgan, senior geothermal geologist at the Colorado Geological Survey, was interviewed by Fox31 Denver about his involvement in the NASA Mars InSight mission, which landed safely on Mars on Monday, Nov. 26. Morgan is one of the U.S.-based co ....
November 27, 2018

Lange named to Denver Business Journal's Who's Who in Energy

Ian Lange, assistant professor of economics and business at Colorado School of Mines, was recently recognized by the Denver Busines Journal for his contributions to the local energy industry. The annual Who's Who in Energy list features the region's ....
November 27, 2018

Girl Scout Engineering Day featured on Denver Fox31, CBS4

Colorado School of Mines welcomed more than 200 4th and 5th grade Girl Scouts to campus Nov. 10 for Girl Scout Engineering Day and multiple Denver TV stations were there to cover the fun morning of science exploration. Intended to introduce middle ....
November 12, 2018

Sowers discusses future lunar settlement with Nature

George Sowers, professor of practice in the space resources program at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by Nature about what it would take to build a sustainable base on the Moon. From the article: Researchers relish the idea of a ....
October 25, 2018

Eggert interviewed by CNBC about rare earth element neodymium

Roderick Eggert, Viola Vestal Coulter Foundation Chair in Mineral Economics and deputy director of the Critical Materials Institute at Colorado School of Mines, was recently featured in a story on CNBC about the growing demand for the rare earth ....
October 24, 2018

Kathryn Johnson interviewed by Boulder Daily Camera about wind turbine tests

Kathryn Johnson, associate professor of electrical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed by the Boulder Daily Camera about new wind turbine technology set to be tested at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's National ....
October 17, 2018

National Science Foundation highlights Illangasekare's scientific workshop on mysterious kidney disease

A scientific workshop on chronic kidney disease of unknown causes, or CKDu, organized by Tissa Illangasekare, AMAX Distinguished Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was recently highlighted by the National ....
October 16, 2018

Fleckenstein interviewed by Fox31 Denver about oil and gas development

Will Fleckenstein, director of strategic relationships and enterprises for earth resources and environmental programs at Colorado School of Mines, was recently interviewed on Fox31 Denver about oil and gas development and how the natural resources ....
October 15, 2018

Cash discusses biosensor technology with Pharmaceutical Journal

Kevin Cash, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, was interviewed by the Pharmaceutical Journal for an article about in vivo implantable biosensors currently under development. From the article: Kevin ....
September 26, 2018

Money Magazine names Mines its top college in Colorado

Colorado School of Mines is the best college in Colorado, according to Money Magazine. The 2018-19 Best Colleges For Your Money rankings look at a variety of factors, including graduation rates, tuition charges, family borrowing and alumni earnings.
September 26, 2018