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NMSU partners with SecureAmerica Institute for research, workforce development

New Mexico State University has joined the SecureAmerica Institute, a private-public partnership converging technology, economics and policy to enable a secure and resilient United States manufacturing and industrial base, as a founding member.

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In memoriam: Robert L. “Bob” Gasperetti

LIMA — Robert L. “Bob” Gasperetti, age 94, was called home to the Lord at 11:45 am Wednesday, February 17, 2021, at Lima Memorial Health System with his family by his side. Bob was born May 29, 1926 in Carbondale, PA, to the late Charles L. and Perina (Bartolussi) Gasperetti. On October 2, 1954, he…
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Construction begins on NMSU, El Paso Electric solar project

Construction is now underway on a renewable energy project at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Park that is projected to generate enough solar electricity to power about one-third of the university’s 900-acre Las Cruces campus by this fall.

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NMSU receives NASA Early Stage Innovations grant

New Mexico State University was selected to receive a NASA Early Stage Innovations grant to conduct game-changing space technology research. NMSU’s proposal was one of 14 university-led research proposals chosen to receive up to $650,000 from NASA’s Space Technology Research Grants program for up to three years.

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Meet Dr. Doeun Choe, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at NMSU

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Doeun Choe, who recently joined NMSU’s Department of Civil Engineering. Dr. Choe joins us from Prairie View A&M University where she was an Assistant Professor for seven years conducting research on data-informed modeling including Probabilistic Modeling, Reliability and Uncertainty Quantification as well as Machine Learning in bridge design and offshore wind turbines. Prior to that, she worked for five years as a structural engineer in the industry in Houston, Texas where she was engaged in structural analyses and design of blast-resistant buildings, nuclear plants, and other structures.

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Engineers supply personal protective equipment

WRITER: Linda Fresques, 575-646-7416, lfresque@nmsu.edu When COVID-19 became an unfortunate part of life, NMSU College of Engineering Aggie Innovation Space employees and students added the design and production of personal protective equipment to their workload. Since then, they have supplied the Las Cruces community and the NMSU campus with much needed gear. They have produced more than…
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Albuquerque’s Molzen Corbin names new CEO following retirement of longtime leader

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In memoriam: Roland Pederson

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NMSU Center of Excellence, Tri-State, EPRI bring container farm to Grants campus

New Mexico State University is partnering with Tri-State Generation and Transmission to join the Electric Power Research Institute’s National Demonstration and Monitoring of Indoor Food Production Facilities research project to explore indoor agriculture concepts.

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New solar-still technologies hold promise for increased efficiency, lower cost

A team of engineering researchers at New Mexico State University are making headway toward developing technologies that will make the production of freshwater more efficient and cost effective through the use of solar stills. Their work could provide a viable solution for the world’s water-stressed regions.

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