Research


Dr. Walter Copan, vice president for research and technology transfer at Colorado School of Mines, testified before the U.S. House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Energy & Mineral Resources on June
The GEFI framework and collaborative mindset are having big impacts at Mines, leading to major grants, collaborative research, student innovation and industry support.
Led by Mechanical Engineering's Veronica Eliasson, Mines researchers have found a way to make Direct Ink Writing, an expensive 3D-printing process for specialty materials, more accessible.
Jessica Lawson, a PhD student in materials science, and Paul Varosy, a master’s student in quantum engineering, have been awarded the 2023 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The
Meenakshi Singh, associate professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines, has won a Fulbright-Nehru Professional and Academic Excellence Award to conduct quantum physics research at one of the top
The Center to Advance the Science of Exploration to Reclamation in Mining is exploring mineralogy across scales to better understand deposits of critical materials within the subsurface.
Ava Segal’s interactive balance-training system, called Steadiplay, uses body motion on an instrumented wobble board for real-time control of a wireless robot, providing users with feedback and balance rankings, similar to fitness apps like Strava.
The funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will advance the development of a potential carbon storage hub in the Pueblo, Colorado area capable of securely store 50 or more million metric tons of carbon dioxide deep underground.
PFAS@Mines will focus on the development of treatment strategies for most challenging PFAS sites, improved methods to characterize human exposure, and improved tools for assessing sites that have been impacted by PFAS.
Chuan Yue, associate professor of computer science, seeks to solve challenges related to web, mobile, Internet of Things(IoT) and cloud systems.