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The New Age of Steel   

Of the 3,500 different grades of steel that currently exist, 2,600 have been developed in the last 20 years, and the pace of innovation is quickening. With a changing energy landscape driving demand for new formulations, many manufacturers are turning to Mines' Steel Center for research and collaboration. > read more

Cracking Cancer's Code   

Without a biology degree to his name, Joe Gray '68 is heading up the Life Sciences Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and he's a highly respected cancer researcher. He's also about to launch a clinical study that takes a radically different and highly individualized approach to treating breast cancer. > read more

What Gender Gap?

While still outnumbered 3 to 1, women at Mines presently occupy about half the student leadership positions on campus. In this article, Mines tries to make sense of these surprising statistics by looking at some of the school's efforts to improve the environment for women. > read more