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At Mines, researchers are developing control systems that expand the scope of renewable and hybrid energy technologies, including fuel cells and wind turbines.
Ian Lange, associate professor of economics and business and director of the Mineral and Energy Economics program at Colorado School of Mines, has been asked to chair a Commodity Futures Trading
Mines alum Jeff Gillow PhD ’06 is a technical expert and vice president at Arcadis, focusing on geochemistry for manufacturing, industrial and mining companies
Stephen A. Sonnenberg, professor and Charles Boettcher Distinguished Chair in Petroleum Geology at Colorado School of Mines, has been honored with the 2023 Robert J. Weimer Lifetime Contribution Award
Twenty years after meeting on the Mines men's soccer team, Nicholas Clausnitzer ’07 and Michael Dixon ’06 still spend many waking hours of the day together as colleagues at Aera Energy.
Chemistry's Svitlana Pylypenko is looking for answers to questions of cost, durability and performance at the microscopic — and even nano — scale.
By Jasmine Leonas, Special to Mines Research Magazine Fusion, the process that powers the sun and the stars, has long been a part of the conversation about low-carbon sources of electricity. Unlike
By Ashley Spurgeon, Special to Mines Research Magazine Electrolysis plays a significant role in sourcing hydrogen for use in fuel cells and other energy technologies. But the ceramic materials used in
Neal Sullivan, director of the Colorado Fuel Cell Center, explains the process that turns intermittent wind and solar energy into carbon-free green hydrogen
At Mines, teams of researchers are working on the hydrogen problem — from developing electrolyzers to separate hydrogen from other energy sources to developing and testing the ceramic materials in fuel cells and making them commercially viable and cost-effective.