Energy


Colorado Fuel Cell Center director and mechanical engineering professor Dr. Neal Sullivan and his team are testing Geothermic Fuel Cells (GFC) for a new application of solid-oxide fuel cell technology
Researchers at Colorado School of Mines are discovering ways to make longer lasting lithium batteries and new ceramics for armors, windows and fuel cells.“The possibility for opening up new
Colorado School of Mines came in first place during the PetroBowl held in New Orleans Sept. 30-Oct. 2. PetroBowl matches Society of Petroleum Engineers student chapter teams against each other in a
Colorado School of Mines unveiled a plaque honoring the university’s first endowed department head position Sept. 17.The F.H. “Mick” Merelli/Cimarex Energy Distinguished Department Head Chair in
Only the second woman in the country to earn a doctorate in petroleum engineering, Ramona Graves PhD ’82 found her passion—but it wasn’t what she thought it would be.By Lisa MarshallOn her first
Researchers at Colorado School of Mines took delivery of the world’s first Geothermic Fuel Cell (GFC) on Aug. 5, 2013. Designed and built by Delphi, headquartered in Rochester, NY, for IEP Technology
The Fifth International Design Competition and Forum held earlier this year as part of a research initiative between Colorado School of Mines and The Petroleum Institute, of Abu Dhabi, UAE, aimed to
As it’s often said, the real world can be the best classroom. That’s precisely the idea behind an assignment students in Teaching Professor Chuck Stone’s ENGY 320 Renewable Energy course received: to
Take a look at a solar panel on a sunny Colorado day and, if you’re like most people, you won’t see much more than a blinding glare. Mark Lusk sees wasted opportunity.“I see that glare and feel how