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Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances — or PFAS — are a growing problem around the globe. Chris Higgins, professor of civil and environmental engineering explains how Mines is pioneering research in the fight against forever chemicals.
In order to understand the complex processes that control the movement of contaminants and shape the Earth’s surface, scientists increasingly rely on reactive transport models, complex numerical
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? First and foremost, I believe Mines has tremendous value as an educational institution. I am fully confident that both
Mines alumnus Giuseppe Liberati '02 talks about the vibrant global culture at Mines and the opportunities it provides, including his own career journey.
Mines is No. 1 among its peer group of public and non-maritime universities that offer bachelor’s degrees when looking out 30 and 40 years beyond graduation, according to a new Georgetown University study.
About 150 U.S. Geological Survey scientists will co-locate with Mines faculty and students in the state-of-the-art research and teaching facility when it opens in 2022.
Associate Chemistry Professor Judith Klein-Seetharaman is leading a two-year $1.7 million National Science Foundation project that's bringing together experts in coral biology, computer science, systems biology, nanotoxicology and structural engineering.
Michael Knight, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and president of the Mines Veterans Alliance, shares some of the resources now available for former service members at Mines.
Ian Lange, assistant professor in the Division of Economics and Business, will serve as a senior economist focusing on energy and environmental issues.
Winners of the Henderson Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship Challenge will be named Dec. 5 following the final pitches for repurposing the Henderson Mill property.