It’s a discrepancy that has dogged geochemists for years – when researchers bring rocks back to the lab and measure how quickly they dissolve, the numbers don’t match what they can see happening in
Reza Hedayat, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been selected for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Early Career Research Program.Hedayat will
Priscilla Nelson, professor and head of the Mining Engineering Department at Colorado School of Mines, is the winner of the 2018 Outstanding Educator Award from the Underground Construction
An integrated sensor network designed for active real-time monitoring of mine structures and accurate location of personnel and equipment won the top prize at the 2018 HackMines Newmont Innovation
After weeks of hard work, the finalists in the 2018 HackMines Newmont Innovation Challenge are ready to showcase their ideas.Mines students, faculty, alumni and community members are invited to watch
A co-ed student team from Colorado School of Mines placed second in surveying and third in gold panning at the 40th International Mining Games in England.Nine co-ed teams from mining schools from
Take a slice of the Earth’s surface and it might look a little like the tabletop sand tanks that a group of local high school students experimented with during a visit to Colorado School of Mines
Twenty-four Colorado School of Mines graduate students participated in Three Minute Thesis (3MT®), an exciting event that challenges students to present their research in a clear, concise manner to a
Nearly 80 percent of all gold produced in the U.S. comes from Carlin-type deposits in northern Nevada, but scientists still don’t agree on how they came to be.Elizabeth Holley, assistant professor of
A Colorado School of Mines professor and graduate student spent more than a month at sea researching the relationship between earthquakes, gas hydrates and underwater landslides off the coast of New