Biosciences


Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death in the United States, and a team of researchers at Colorado School of Mines is working on a new treatment for blockages that occur in vessels too small to
Nanette Boyle, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded funding through the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program .
Birth control pills are the most popular form of contraception in the U.S ., used by an estimated 9.7 million women nationwide . But nearly 60 years after “The Pill” first came on the market,
Expanding its presence in the health-tech sector and the city of Denver, Colorado School of Mines will join Catalyst HTI , a first-of-its-kind health care innovation hub opening this summer that will
A new graduate degree program at Colorado School of Mines will prepare the next generation of scientists and engineers for innovation at the intersection of health and biology with Mines’ core
A Colorado School of Mines professor is part of a team that has been awarded $8 million over five years by the U.S Department of Energy to engineer a particular strain of alga to produce renewable
Orange, tree-like cone structures up to two centimeters tall found in a California hot spring were built by a rich and diverse community of microbes, newly published research shows. These microbes,
A longtime mechanical engineering professor at Colorado School of Mines has been chosen to lead the largest department on campus. John Berger, a full professor who has been a member of the Mines
Two Colorado School of Mines microbiologists have coauthored an article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that examines the widespread impact of a paper, published a quarter
Colorado School of Mines researchers in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering have developed magnetic “microlassos” no longer than the width of a human hair that could be used to