The Nuclear Science and Engineering Center (NuSEC) supports faculty engaged in nuclear science and engineering research at the Colorado School of Mines by combining resources and developing/managing infrastructure. NuSEC also manages the research and educational relationship with the U.S. Geological Survey TRIGA Reactor (GSTR) on the Denver Federal Center in Lakewood, CO and maintains the Mines research space and infrastructure adjacent to the GSTR. NuSEC includes faculty from Chemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, and Physics. Through its research, the center supports undergraduate and graduate students in the programs of the mentioned departments as well as in the interdisciplinary graduate programs in nuclear engineering and material science.
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- Mines graduate student wins Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship
Rebekah Moline, a master's student in the Nuclear Science and Engineering Program, is one of 100 graduate students worldwide to win the competitive scholarship from the International Atomic Energ …
- New composite membranes could enable fusion-based energy
"A critical challenge facing the practical implementation of fusion power is the effective and safe management of tritium," said Mines' Colin Wolden, lead investigator on the new $1.4 m …
- Mines PhD student wins Nuclear Nonproliferation International Safeguards Graduate Fellowship
Spencer Fretwell will be working with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under Dr. Stephan Friedrich, deputy leader of the laboratory’s Rare Event Detection group.