Prof. Greg Jackson sat down with The Electrochemical Society (ECS) for an interview in their series, "The ECS Community Adapts and ... Read more
Prof. Anne Silverman is collaborating with Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) on a new award from the Department of Defense as part of Read more
Prof. Jason Porter has entered into an agreement to gasify bio oil for Greenfield Global, a leading producer of raw materials for the ... Read more
Jackson, Braun and Vincent win $700k to design and develop a new generation of hybrid electric power plants for aviation
Mines professors in mechanical and electrical engineering have won $700,000 to design and develop a new generation of hybrid electric ... Read more
Prof. Mohsen Asle Zaeem (Mechanical Engineering) and Prof. Amy Clarke (Metallurgical and Materials Engineering) were awarded $562,000 ... Read more
The Mines Mechanical Engineering department ranked No. 33 in the latest U.S. News & World Report "best colleges" ranking for ... Read more
In the past few years, Mines has launched a number of innovative graduate programs focused on emerging technologies. Four of these ... Read more
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Neal Sullivan and Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Professor Ryan O’Hayre were ... Read more
Student Michelle Butler working in the Colorado Fuel Cell CenterThe Colorado Fuel Cell Center (CFCC) has been awarded $1.1 million in ... Read more
From the Mines Newsroom: Fuel cell researchers at Colorado School of Mines have been awarded $7.7 million in funding from the U.S. ... Read more
From Mines Newsroom
- Mines student honored as 2020 National Gold Award Girl Scout
- Charles O'Brien: "No matter your interests, you can find a home here."
- Madison Berry: "One of the things I most enjoy at Mines is the large focus on preparing you for the workforce."
- Alexander Garcia: "A combination of a great curriculum and dedicated students stood out to me."
- Mines researchers awarded $7.7M from ARPA-E to test full-scale hybrid stationary power system
- With artificial intelligence set to drive economic growth, researchers focus on AI for human health and safety
- Innovative graduate programs prepare students to lead the way in new and emerging technologies
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