Riding high

Physics team seeks cosmic rays from subspace

NSF CAREER: Improving collaboration between humans and robots

Mechanical Engineering Asst. Prof. Xiaoli Zhang has received an NSF CAREER Award for her project to improve the human-robot control interview during remote operation.

NSF CAREER Award: Applying machine learning to neurological diseases

Computer Science Asst. Prof. Hua Wang has received an NSF CAREER Award for to create a new machine-learning model.

Taking on NASA’s Mars Ice Challenge

Mines team second of eight finalists in a NASA competition to design and build a system to extract water from the subsurface of Mars.

Top PhD theses tackle challenges of alternative energy

PhD recipients Vinh Nguyen, chemical engineering, and Michael Wagner, mechanical engineering, received the Rath Research Award for dissertations that demonstrate the greatest potential for societal impact.

Speeding into the future

A Colorado School of Mines team of 14 undergraduate students has advanced to the final competition weekend in SpaceX’s Hyperloop Pod Competition II in California later this summer. Team DiggerLoop is made up of Mines seniors who are taking part in the competition for...

Research at Colorado School of Mines

Colorado School of Mines is a global leader in research and the advancement of technology. Led by our world-class faculty, the research conducted at Mines enhances the educational experience of our graduates. Students have the opportunity to actively participate in research at every level of their education. Our research spans many highly relevant areas with a specific focus on energy and environmental stewardship. Our first-rate facilities and partnerships with industry, national laboratories, other universities, funding agencies and international institutions enable us to maintain our cutting edge research and have a significant impact on real-world problems. Research is a cooperative effort in the Mines community.

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