Professor Jeff Squier '84, MS '86 is designing and building ultra-fast lasers that can cut, image and micro-machine in ways never before possible. Read more
A Laser's Edge
An innovative freshman biology course launched this fall at Mines follows the Studio Physics model, encouraging collaboration and creativity. Read more
Changing Biology
In most large cities, the only place to go is underground, and Mines now offers the country's first graduate underground construction and tunneling degree. Read more
New UC&T Program
Mines' $350 million Transforming Lives campaign is changing both the architectural and human landscape. Read more
Realizing a Vision

Recent News

A Steep Ascent
Two days after earning her doctorate, Jennifer Labs ’97, MS ’01, PhD ’04 was running her own business, manufacturing cockpit simulators.

Work in Nuclear Reactor Fuels Earns Alumna Presidential Award
Amy Clarke MS '02, PhD '06 produced a metallurgical first.

Automated Chicken Farming in Saudi Arabia
John Sulzbach ’56 engineered farms operated remotely from Holland.

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