Energy


Colorado School of Mines and the Payne Institute for Public Policy are hosting an event April 25 in connection with the upcoming Cities Summit of the Americas featuring Jose W. Fernandez, U.S
“It proved to be a seven-year journey to isolate the first molecule containing californium(2+), but we were rewarded with chemical and physical properties that had not been anticipated,” Thomas Albrecht-Schönzart said.
U.S. Naval War College, University of Texas and Colorado School of Mines have been selected to research critical minerals, battery technology, and reducing dependence on hostile suppliers in the clean
Mechanical Engineering's Paulo Tabares Velasco is leading a collaborative project to cut carbon emissions and increase energy efficiency for a Colorado manufactured home community.
Gabriel Fierro, assistant professor of computer science, is working to develop a standard way of describing buildings and their data to make it easier to develop software for building systems.
The Energy Emissions Modeling and Data Lab will establish accurate assessments of greenhouse gas emissions across oil and gas supply chains.
The National Association of State Land Reclamationists (NASLR) has selected Adam Keating, a master’s student in the Natural Resources and Energy Policy program at Colorado School of Mines, to receive its 2022 President’s Award.
Students from Colorado School of Mines’ Space Resources graduate program are finalists in NASA's Watts on the Moon challenge, working on a solution for providing energy for future lunar missions.
Jeff King, professor of nuclear engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded $800,000 by the U.S. Department of Energy for research that will aid in the development of nuclear microreactors.
What is exciting about our roadmap is that it considers community acceptance and sustainable development from the very first stages of design, rather than after a project has been fully planned,” said Jessica Smith, professor of engineering, design and society at Mines.