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A team of graduate students from Colorado School of Mines took first place in the Rocky Mountain section of the Imperial Barrel Award Program, earning a spot in the world finals this May.More than 250
When the first humans settle on Mars, what if their homes were not built but printed?That's the question being posed in the latest NASA Centennial Challenge, pitting teams from industry and academia
A Colorado School of Mines graduate student got an unique inside look at the World Economic Forum as a member of the team that produced the global organization's 2019 report on the energy transition
Colorado School of Mines celebrated today the grand opening of a new 10,000-square-foot research facility in Denver that will pave the way for greater collaboration with industry, government and
An accident reconstruction vehicle for the Colorado Highway Patrol, a 3D-printed habitat for astronauts on Mars and a public restroom for the Mount Everest trekking route are among the student design
Christopher Higgins, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded the 2019 Walter L. Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize from the
In April, leading braining training company Lumosity released its 2019 Brainiest Colleges in America ranking and Colorado School of Mines students earned the university a #4 ranking. According to a
Colorado School of Mines continued its traditional strong showing at the annual meeting of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society, winning the Materials Bowl and taking second place in the
**UPDATE 4/10/19: Marv Kay Day location change – The Mines community will now be celebrating in the recreation gymnasium in the Student Recreation Center.**The generosity, leadership and influence of
Researchers at Colorado School of Mines have shown that protonic ceramic fuel cells can be used reversibly, both to efficiently generate electricity and to store that power in the form of chemical