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Drilling a single oil or natural gas well with hydraulic fracturing requires between 1.5 to 16 million gallons of water. When the well starts flowing, the fluid that is brought back to the surface
Karin Leiderman, associate professor of applied mathematics and statistics at Colorado School of Mines, has received the National Science Foundation’s highest honor in support of junior faculty, the
Dejun Yang, associate professor of computer science at Colorado School of Mines, is the 2019 winner of the William R. Bennett Prize from the IEEE Communications Society. Yang was recognized for
Terri Hogue, professor and head of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines, has been named the 2020 Robert E. Horton Lecturer in Hydrology by the American
What does a lunar test bed look like? For many of us, probably a bit like a great big sandbox — if that sandbox were filled not with play sand but finely ground basaltic cinders meant to simulate the
The Colorado Classic, a four-stage women’s pro road cycling race, and Colorado School of Mines, are joining forces to celebrate trailblazing women, athletes, and engineers as a part of the climb to
The PECASE is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government to scientists and engineers who are early in their careers as researchers and show leadership promise in fields of science and
“Every year, APS honors a select group of members with the 5 Sigma Physicist Award for performing outstanding advocacy that is crucial to maintaining the strength of the U.S. scientific enterprise,”
Jemison blasted into orbit aboard the space shuttle Endeavour, September 12, 1992. Now, founder and president of two technology companies, the space flight was just one of a series of accomplishments
Two Colorado School of Mines professors are among the Apollo-era legends, astronauts, business leaders, innovators and thought leaders who will be speaking at Apollopalooza, Colorado’s weeklong