Go behind the scenes as Adam Savage tests an Iron Man suit that really flies

For Savage Builds, his new eight-part series focused on extreme engineering, Savage recruited a team from the science-focused Colorado School of Mines to build him an Iron Man suit made largely from 3D-printed titanium.
June 17, 2019

Mines students create Iron Man suit for national TV show

Adam Savage, host of the hit TV show, ‘Myth Busters’, visited the Colorado School of Mines several months ago and approached Craig Brice, who serves as the school’s Director of Advanced Manufacturing Program.
June 12, 2019

FDA’s First Tests For "Forever Chemicals" In Food Found Them In Meat And Chocolate Cake

“The newsworthy point from my perspective is the fact that this reveals the FDA is interested in these questions and is taking actions,” Christopher Higgins, a civil engineering professor at the Colorado School of Mines told BuzzFeed News.
June 11, 2019

School of Mines student builds functional Iron Man suit for Discovery Channel project

The School of Mines worked with EOS to get the pieces 3D printed.
June 10, 2019

Students at the Colorado School of Mines have built the closest thing to a real-life 'Iron Man' suit

Superhero characters are a big draw at the movies and on T.V. Many kids grow up wanting to be the characters they see, but imagine bringing fiction to life. That's what a group at Colorado School of Mines did when they helped make Iron Man a reality.
June 10, 2019

School of Mines built a real-life Iron Man suit for new Discovery Channel series

“Iron Man’s suit is designed to be rendered on a movie screen, not fabricated,” said Craig Brice, director of the advanced manufacturing program at Colorado School of Mines.
June 9, 2019

US-China trade war sparks worries about rare minerals

“We have to be more forward thinking,” said Alexander Gysi, an assistant professor in geology and geological engineering at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden. “It would be better for the U.S. to have a greater range of sources for rare earths.”
June 8, 2019

“Those are the questions we’re grappling with.” Mines professor appears in The Guardian

The Thursday, May 23 issue of The Guardian, a large British news organization, includes a story on contamination by poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) on and around some US military bases. Titled “A Trail of Toxicity,” the piece features ....
May 23, 2019

Humanitarian Engineering program featured on Forbes

From Forbes: "Dr. Juan Lucena leads Humanitarian Engineering (HE) at Colorado School of Mines. The program brings together engineering and social science professors to transform the ways engineers are taught to think, define and solve problems with ....
May 22, 2019

Agence France-Presse: Lunar tunnel engineers excited by boring Moon colonies

May 14, 2019

9News Denver: School of Mines engineering students honor STEM School hero

May 10, 2019

Physics World: Learning to be astonished

May 6, 2019