Energy


Peter Weddle received the honor, which recognizes the Mines doctoral graduate whose thesis demonstrates the greatest potential for societal impact, during the Fall 2019 Graduate Commencement ceremony on Dec. 13.
Mines alumnus Ben Fryrear ’62 endowed the chairship in 2017 to recognize and support highly accomplished faculty members driving institutional change.
"Cost is the main barrier to the widespread adoption of polymer electrolyte fuel cells,” Assistant Professor Svitlana Pylypenko said.
The award is given in recognition of outstanding achievements in research or academic work on light pollution over a multiple-year period.
Ian Lange, assistant professor in the Division of Economics and Business, will serve as a senior economist focusing on energy and environmental issues.
Could 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, solve the difficulty of finding replacement parts for nation's aging nuclear plants?
The Earth Observation Group is dedicated to the development of data products that use satellite imaging to provide valuable insights on gas flaring and volcanic activity, poaching, power outages and electrification, geomagnetism and more.
Jim Crompton, a Colorado School of Mines alumnus and adjunct professor, has been honored with the 2019 Management and Information Award from the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
The event was the first Solar Decathlon ever held in Africa and featured 18 teams from around the world, each of which were challenged to design and build on site an affordable, solar-powered net-zero-energy model house uniquely adapted to the North African climate and location.
U.S. natural gas resources are at an all-time high, according to the latest biennial assessment from the Potential Gas Committee (PGC). The U.S. possessed a total technically recoverable resource base