Mines' mechanical engineering professors discuss how critical university research is to industrially-relevent products -- specifically the troublesome litium-ion batteries powering Boeing's Dreamliner 787 aircraft.
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A group of current and former Mines students traveled to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, over spring break to work on home construction and in the schools of area favelas (slums).
“Our main project was to build relationships within Complexo do Alemao,”
GOLDEN, Colo., March 19, 2013 – Colorado School of Mines will host a two-day symposium focused on research involving carbon management March 27-28.
The 2013 Carbon Management Research Symposium will provide an opportunity for Mines students, along
GOLDEN, Colo., March 18, 2013 – Tom Spicer, Colorado School of Mines’ director of athletics since 2004, has resigned his position with the university to become director of athletics at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colo. Coincidentally
From the intellectual to the adventurous, students employed by Mines report that, along with a paycheck, their work provides balance, fun and intellectual stimulation. Having access to a deep pool of driven, high-achieving young men and women is
In an effort to develop energy self-reliance for mining operations, Colorado School of Mines Mining Engineering Professor Masami Nakagawa is leading a feasibility study for solar-wind hybrid power generation for the fourth largest silver mine in the
GOLDEN, Colo., March 12, 2013 – Colorado School of Mines ranks 57th in U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 ranking of engineering graduate schools, an increase from last year's ranking of 63.
Several of Mines’ graduate programs also ranked highly,
A slow, persistent landslide is undermining a short section of I-70, about a mile from the highest point on the nation’s Interstate Highway System. Finding a solution is a conundrum that one Mines professor is helping to unravel.
Two summers ago on