Mines has a strong international community, with people of all backgrounds contributing to the school’s global influence and reputation. This issue of Mines Magazine has an international focus, detailing the stories of alumni living and working around the world, study abroad students, international students who come to Mines for higher education and more.
The new glass shop allows students to learn the craft of glassblowing while studying the material’s properties and the applications of glass in everyday life.
Learn more in the latest issue of Mines Magazine.
Passion + Action = Bright Future Mines is an innovative, modern campus, working toward tackling new problems, fostering an entrepreneurial mindset and maintaining an enhanced sense of responsibility to promote positive change in the world.
The new Coorstek Center for Applied Science and Engineering provides endless opportunities for collaboration across disciplines at Mines, including a full spectrum of materials research. Learn more about this and other innovations across the materials cycle in the latest issue of Research Magazine
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- Van Tuyl Lecture: Dmitri Kulik, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland April 25, 2019
Dmitri Kulik, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland 241 Berthoud, 4-5PM Topic: GEMS for Geochemical Modeling of Fluid-rock Interaction and Radioactive Waste Disposal Abstract: Geochemical systems usual …
- Hennebach Program: Fake News and Misperception April 25, 2019
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Division Hennebach Program Presents Fake News and Misperception: What We Know and What We Don’t by Matthew A. Baum Join us for an informative talk that reviews t …
- Mines Music Program Concerts April 26, 2019
Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Division Music at Mines Presents Music Concerts Music at Mines adds a layer of creative expression and camaraderie—taking students beyond their study of earth, ene …
- PE Distinguished Seminar Series: Digital Materials Design April 26, 2019
Dr. Mark Knackstedt of the Australian National University Abstract: Digital materials design (DMD) coupled with new manufacturing techniques are emerging technologies that have the potential t …
- CBE Shell Seminar Series: George O’Toole, Dartmouth, To Build a Biofilm April 26, 2019
George O’Toole of Dartmouth will give a talk entitled “To Build a Biofilm.”