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Apr
11
2014

Mines musicians share music in Peru over spring break

Over the course of seven days, 20 Mines students from the band, orchestra and choir presented 10 concerts along with a music and instruction program to underprivileged K-12 students, mining industry professionals and college students and faculty in News
Mar
05
2014

Mines to compete in second wind turbine competition

Colorado School of Mines will compete against nine other schools at the National Collegiate Wind Competition in May in Las Vegas. Teams will be showcasing a lightweight, transportable wind turbine that could power small electronic devices. Each team News
Mar
04
2014

Mines builds robot to increase safety in Abu Dhabi refineries

Mines students are working with Mechanical Engineering (ME) professor John Steele and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) professor Qi Han to build and develop a system to automate oil and gas processes through unmanned robots. 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
24
2014

High school students attend Engineering Week at Mines

More than 100 local area high school students visited Colorado School of Mines Feb. 20 to learn about STEM careers during DiscoverE Engineering Week. The event, sponsored by Lockheed Martin, hosted various activities throughout the day. Students News
Feb
19
2014

Mines project aims to increase energy efficiency at MillerCoors

As part of a senior design project, two teams of Colorado School of Mines students are working with MillerCoors to recommend good practices for energy saving technologies. Teams “Golden Solutions” and “ElectroMech” are collecting data from motors News
Jan
30
2014

Mines prof publishes book on tie between civil rights, politics

Kenneth Osgood, associate professor and director of the McBride Honors Program, recently published a collection of essays that explores the history of civil rights policies in the post–civil rights era. The book, “Winning While Losing: Civil Rights 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
28
2014

Mines developing autograft models for Children’s Hospital

This article is part of a series on the undergraduate research fellowship program As part of a two-semester undergraduate research fellowship, junior chemical and biochemical engineering student Rima Baliga is working with mechanical engineering 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

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