New Mexico State University’s student rocket team the “Atomic Aggies” held two successful rocket launches at Spaceport America on Saturday, September 19.
The New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation 2020 Virtual Student Research Conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 9. The conference offers a forum for students to present their STEM-research projects in two categories of university and community college competitions and also provides several interesting professional development workshops, including a workshop for…
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For the eighth time in the last nine years, New Mexico State University has been recognized as a top tier university on the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges for 2021 National Universities rankings.
New Mexico BEST Robotics in partnership with the College of Engineering at New Mexico State University announces open recruitment for teams to participate in the 2020 BEST Robotics Program and Competition: Outbreak Online.
Date: 09/11/2020 Contact: Sara Patricolo, 575-646-7852, email@example.com On Oct. 14, statewide stakeholders and energy professionals will come together to discuss the opportunities to advance adoption of beneficial electric technologies – their most beneficial applications and efficiencies – as well as public policy and market and workforce opportunities associated with beneficial electrification. “Electrify New Mexico” is…
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Date: 09/11/2020 Source: Taosnews In the coming months, NASA scientists plan to fly the NuMex Española Improved chile to the International Space Station, where it will be part of an ongoing experiment to grow crops without gravity – and perhaps eventually on Mars. Española native Jacob Torres, a contracted technical and horticultural scientist at…
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A team of researchers at New Mexico State University is developing protocols to test wastewater samples as a possible method for early detection of SARS CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The team is an interdisciplinary effort from the colleges of Engineering, Arts and Sciences, and Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.