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Jun
17
2014

The mining industry's most underdeveloped resource

This story appears in the Spring 2014 issue of Mines magazine. Are Women the Mining Industry’s Most Underdeveloped Resource? Once legally barred from working in mines, women have spent decades battling for a place in the industry. Today, mining News
Jun
02
2014

Q & A with non-traditional grad student Skylar Zilliox

Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate student Skylar Zilliox received an Engineering Physics degree from Mines in the spring, but this was not her first degree. She also received a bachelor associate degree in Liberal Arts from St. John’s News
Apr
02
2014

Student spending summer on Exploration Vessel Nautilus

Colorado School of Mines mechanical engineering student Katarina Bujnoch was recently selected for a remote operated underwater vehicle (ROV) engineering summer internship, during which she will be studying the seafloor aboard the Exploration Vessel News
Mar
10
2014

Mines student selected for Arecibo Observatory research

If you have seen the James Bond movie, GoldenEye, or played the Nintendo 64 video game, you might remember the radio telescope at the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. Mines mechanical engineering student Alexis Humann was selected for a 10-week News
Mar
07
2014

Mines presents hydraulic fracturing discussion

An informational event providing insight into the function and practice of hydraulic fracture stimulation in the oil and gas industry, “Hydraulic Fracturing: Facts and Fiction,” was presented by the Mines student chapter of the American Association News
Mar
04
2014

Graduate student conference provides research showcase

The Feb. 27-28 Conference on Earth & Energy Research gave graduate students the opportunity to practice presenting their research in a professional environment, while judges provided feedback. Last year, two undergraduates showcased their work, News
Feb
28
2014

Q & A with Michael Wall

Former Mines PhD student and recipient of the 2014 Nicholas Metropolis Award for Outstanding Doctoral Work in Computational Physics, Michael Wall, was invited to present “Quantum many-body physics of ultracold molecules in optical lattices: models News
Jan
29
2014

Mines studying highest energy particles known to exist

This article is part of a series on the undergraduate research fellowship program Engineering physics junior Steven Hackenburg is working with physics professor Dr. Lawrence Wiencke on programming that remotely controls the laser systems at the News
Jan
20
2014

Mines research could prevent clotting in stroke patients

Strokes are one of the leading causes of death in this country. Chemical and biological engineering professor Dr. Keith Neeves and department head Dr. Dave Marr recognize this significance and are combining chemical and mechanical methods to treat News
Dec
19
2013

The Road Ahead: An Interview with President M.W. Scoggins

This story appears in the Fall/Winter 2013 issue of Mines magazine. Seven years into his presidency, with plenty of milestones on record, a capital campaign in full swing, and some big changes on the horizon for Mines, we recently sat down with News

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