Economics and business


Colorado School of Mines researchers are tackling the question of how to meet demand for critical materials from many angles, from policy to production.
A young cobalt miner in Kolwezi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, clambers up a mineshaft. Photo courtesy of University of Sussex The global low-carbon revolution could be at risk unless new
Computer Science's Chuan Yue is leading a $1 million National Science Foundation project aimed at improving conditions for workers and job requesters alike on popular crowdsourcing platforms such as Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
Ian Lange, assistant professor in the Division of Economics and Business, will serve as a senior economist focusing on energy and environmental issues.
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.
A “wearable” sensor array that could detect oil pipeline failures before they happen was the winner of The Wright Outdoor Innovation Competition . The Mines students behind Cipher Skin Orange received
Colorado School of Mines offered Hacking for Defense (H4D@Mines) for the first time this semester and two of the inaugural student teams have already founded companies to further the national security
The Payne Institute for Public Policy at Colorado School of Mines in collaboration with the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) recently brought together global experts to
A Colorado School of Mines graduate student got an unique inside look at the World Economic Forum as a member of the team that produced the global organization's 2019 report on the energy transition .
The transformation now occurring in the energy sector — toward low-carbon technologies, increased electrification, digitization and storage — will change the demand and markets for mineral resources