What started as a Capstone Design project has evolved into Grown@Mines, a University Honors and Scholars Program and campus-wide initiative towards sustainability and more.
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Concrete sewers and gutters are very efficient when it comes to moving water quickly. But Colorado School of Mines researchers are looking at integrating natural alternatives to the built environment to help purify and clean groundwater supplies.
A Direct Potable Reuse (DPR) system developed at Colorado School of Mines can help communities reuse water resources, as well as quickly restore local drinking water contaminated by fire and other disasters.
Mines students Julia Harvey and Brett Yoder explain their innovative approach for recycling 3D printer filament.
Mines held commencement ceremonies over three days, celebrating graduate and undergraduates students in the Spring 2021 class, as well as graduates from the Class of 2020, who returned for an in-person celebration.
After helping launch rockets for NASA and other aerospace organizations, Computer Science Professor of Practice Mark Baldwin transitioned to designing computer games including The Perfect General, Empire Deluxe and Trainz Railroad Simulator.
Gracie Cole '20 tells us about her Capstone Design project—converting her 1979 VW bus from gas to electric.
McNeil Hall was named in honor of alumnus and trustee Charles “Charlie” McNeil ’71 and his wife, Judy McNeil, who recently made a $5 million gift to Mines to support entrepreneurship and innovation programming.
Noah Sandoval’s experiences teaching environmental science led him to pursue a graduate degree in Advanced Energy Systems at Mines.