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
Andrew Petruska, assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been selected to receive the Boettcher Foundation’s Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award. Petruska is
Jarrod Gogolski, a graduate chemistry student, works on a project in the radiochemistry lab. (Photo by Leah Pinkus) You could call them the neglected stepchildren of the periodic table. Stretching