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Fred Horne, a native of Carlsbad and active retiree in Santa Fe, Died Friday, Oct. 7, at Casa Real Nursing Home. He was 72. Read More
Andreas Gross is currently conducting research funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research on methods to make jet engines more powerful and lighter, ultimately rendering civilian and military air travel less expensive.
Gordon Walhood Sr., age 96, passed away January 18, 2017. He was a resident of Albuquerque since 1959. He is survived by his second wife, Mary Helen, of 24 years; daughter, Ginger (Danny) Hedges and their three children, Daniel, Jamie Collins and Jennifer Forsthoff; son, Gordon Jr. (Donna) and their sons, Tae and Jonathan of…
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The Laboratory’s fundamental mission is to apply science and advanced technology to critical problems of national security, primarily working on sensors, information extraction (signal processing and embedded computing), and communications. A Department of Defense federally funded research and development center, the Laboratory has a focused commitment to R&D, with an emphasis on building prototypes and…
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In a manufacturing laboratory in Engineering Complex I at New Mexico State University, 13 undergraduate College of Engineering students spent the fall semester preparing for the manufacturing workforce through a newly revamped course.
New Mexico State University is a member of a consortium of universities that have received a U.S. Department of Transportation grant to establish a regional transportation research center. NMSU’s Civil Engineering Department is a member of the Transportation Consortium of South-Central States, or Tran-SET, which is led by Louisiana State University.
During the fall semester, three College of Engineering students working as on-campus co-ops at New Mexico State University designed and built a wheelchair device to assist a dog who had his right hind leg amputated due to cancer this past spring. Through the Aggie Innovation Space, Aggie Innovators Natalia Perez, Abdiel Jimenez and Arturo Dominguez designed and created a customized device for the almost 17-year-old Kita and his owner Michelle Lebsock.
LAS CRUCES – Several construction projects at New Mexico State University are nearing completion. University officials say the improvements will create new opportunities for students and faculty for years to come.
NMSU’s Career Services will host the 12th annual Career Connections Fair Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, and co-sponsor the event with the College of Engineering Feb. 1.
A team from New Mexico State University has spent the past year providing technical assistance to two small businesses in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Funded under a two-year grant from the Environmental Protection Agency, the work has focused on encouraging pollution prevention, and economic and energy efficient practices among rural hospitality-based businesses in the southern portion of the state.