Research


Geophysics' Bia Villas Bôas and Matthew Siegfried are members of two proposed missions to improve understanding of key Earth science focus areas for the benefit of all.
With funding from the Charles Pankow Foundation and the U.S. Forest Service, Shiling Pei and his team have begun a FEMA P695 study on the mass timber rocking wall lateral system, the first step toward submitting a proposal for an official update to the ASCE-7.
Colorado School of Mines awarded 50 doctorates and 311 master’s degrees May 9. Spring Commencement continues May 10 with three undergraduate ceremonies at 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. in Lockridge Arena.
Chris Higgins is among an international group of environmental consultants, regulators, land managers and academics that have jointly published an evaluation of differing approaches to regulation of the substances popularly known as ‘forever chemicals.’
Mines hydrologist Adrienne Marshall was the lead author on the new study published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The three federal awards boost funding for fuel cell and hydrogen technologies research at Mines, reflecting growing support in the U.S. for their potential to provide sustainable domestic energy with net zero emissions.
A Colorado School of Mines researcher recently spent almost two weeks surveying cone-shaped hills along the Arctic Ocean in Canada to see what they can tell us about other planets.
Kwon’s focus is on bottom-up designing catalysts to increase their effectiveness in converting raw biomass molecules to higher-value fuels and chemicals.
Michael McGuirk wins a $50,000 award to explore the possibility of using polyolefin waste for Direct Air Capture
Anne Silverman, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Mines, is one of five co-principal investigators for the new institute dedicated to improving our understanding of muscle mechanics and control.