Materials & Manufacturing


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
A Mines PhD candidate in metallurgical engineering hopes to speak for his fellow students as a member of the board of directors of the Heat Treating Society , one of the largest groups in ASM
University Professor Emeritus David Matlock will deliver a plenary lecture on steel this October at Materials Science and Technology 2016, one of the premier annual conferences in materials
Two solar panels have been installed at the Geology Museum, providing power to the Critical Materials Institute exhibit inside and proving the importance of the materials that the exhibit highlights.
Mines has received $2.1 million from the Department of Energy to fund three projects led by faculty in the interdisciplinary Nuclear Science and Engineering Program. Jensen Mark Jensen Grandey Chair
GOLDEN, Colo., April 5, 2016 – Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Assistant Professor Geoff Brennecka has received an NSF CAREER Award to study how ferroelectric materials – crystalline materials