Economics & Entrepreneurship


Morgan Bazilian, former lead energy specialist at the World Bank, will join Colorado School of Mines in February as the executive director of the Payne Institute for Earth Resources and research
The 2018 HackMines Newmont Innovation Challenge will take place Feb. 3, with student teams collaborating to solve problems centered around two themes: finding mineral deposits that have thus far
The 2018 Joe Eazor Executive in Residence Seminar Series hosted by the Division of Economics and Business ’ Engineering and Technology Management Program will be led by author, speaker, consultant and
A Colorado School of Mines student spent nearly a week before Thanksgiving working to educate and inspire the next generation of University Innovation Fellows, including the four newest fellowship
Computer science students from Colorado School of Mines won big at the Xilinx Technology Showcase & Hackathon 2017 , taking first and second place in the tech company’s coding competition earlier this
Division of Economics and Business Professor Graham Davis contributed to the special report, “Commodities are not always bad for you” featured in The Economist. From the story: Economists may have
It’s always sunny in space, and the feasibility of harnessing space-based solar power for use on Earth and beyond is the subject of a newly funded research project coming out of Colorado School of
Two Colorado School of Mines professors have been appointed to a committee charged with advising the U.S. secretary of the interior on how to receive the full market value for oil and gas drilling,
Representatives of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine came to Colorado School of Mines for two days in July as part of an effort to determine the state of materials research
A solar-powered LED system that alerts motorists to cyclists in bike lanes won the Colorado Department of Transportation’s RoadX challenge May 3, 2017, part of the spring innovation design competition