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Kevin Cash, assistant professor of chemical and biological engineering at Colorado School of Mines, has been selected as a fellow for Scialog: Advancing Bioimaging, a new initiative from Research
Under Sava's leadership, the Mines Geophysics Department will continue to look for opportunities to expand the breadth of its research into new areas, everything from construction monitoring to nondestructive materials testing to Arctic research to space resources.
A Colorado School of Mines graduate student is developing a new lunar payload that could be deployed to otherwise inaccessible areas of the Moon.
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? When deciding which undergraduate university to attend, I was focused on finding a community in which hard work
Launching this fall, both programs will provide hands-on experience in cutting-edge geochemical methodology – in a format tailored to the needs of Colorado working professionals.
Colorado School of Mines ranked No. 6 for Petroleum Engineering in the latest graduate school rankings from U.S News & World Report. The university's nuclear, materials and environmental engineering
Why did you choose to come to Mines? What have you enjoyed most about being here? Education and experience with materials science. I loved being so close to the mountains. Outdoor adventures are an
“This competition really required us to connect what we have learned throughout our courses and apply it to a real-world situation,” mining engineering senior Samantha McLeary said.
John Bradford, vice president for global initiatives at Colorado School of Mines, discusses the new Global Energy Future Initiative.
Acting as “artificial atoms,” quantum dots are used in widely ranging contexts, from tests of molecule formation to quantum computing.