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Approximately 40 Denver-area middle school girls began a free, weeklong camp about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) today, participating in the first-ever iteration of the GE Girls
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, scientists
An additive manufacturing expert with 20 years of industry and research experience at Lockheed Martin and NASA will lead the new Advanced Manufacturing degree program at Colorado School of Mines
A deep space gateway near the moon could one day serve as a staging point for spacecraft carrying humans to Mars and beyond.NASA proposed the concept last year and two student teams with ties to
Six Colorado School of Mines professors have been named Daniels Fund Faculty Fellows for the 2018-2019 school year. Each professor will receive $5,000 to integrate ethics into their courses
Adam Savage will be the Colorado School of Mines 2018 Homecoming Distinguished Lecturer on Thursday, September 27.Savage, an internationally renowned television producer, is best known for his role as
Colorado School of Mines is combining its strengths in nuclear engineering and additive manufacturing in a research project to determine how 3D-printed metals perform in a reactor.Metallurgical and
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
Students from Colorado School of Mines took first place in the 2018 Applied Collegiate Exoskeleton Competition, beating out teams from four other universities in the first-time event held May 5 at the
Kathleen Hancock, associate professor of humanities, arts and social sciences, has been honored for her mentorship of women in the field of international political economy.The Society for Women in