Materials & Manufacturing

Colorado School of Mines administrators and faculty in metallurgical and materials engineering are leading efforts to increase diversity in the field, with prominent roles in this past summer’s 2nd
Four articles coauthored by Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Professor Emeritus Chester Van Tyne have been named among the top 10 articles published in the history of Forge magazine , which
An assistant professor of physics at Colorado School of Mines has been published in the journal Nano Letters with a paper that improves our understanding of organic photovoltaic materials—resolving a
Colorado School of Mines researchers have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to develop a new way of assembling nanoparticles into materials with exotic optical properties that could
Colorado School of Mines has been awarded a multiyear contract by the Usable Glass Strength Coalition to conduct research that improves the understanding of the strength properties of manufactured
Colorado School of Mines has created a photo-storytelling project on Facebook, inspired by Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York . Humans of Mines features a different student, faculty, staff or
ADAPT team members celebrate the Governor's proclamation, naming October Colorado Manufacturing Month. Left to right: Aaron Stebner, Katie Woslager, Governor John Hickenlooper, Brandan Kappes, Mickele
Joe Coors Jr., a great-grandson of Coors Brewing founder Adolph Coors, a former member of the Colorado School of Mines Board of Trustees and an enthusiastic supporter of Mines athletics—particularly
Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Assistant Professor Kester Clarke plans to continue the department’s longstanding commitment to the forging industry by pursuing innovative research, recruiting
A Colorado School of Mines PhD student in materials science has been awarded a NASA fellowship—one of only 14 awarded by the space agency this year—to improve the performance of thermoelectric