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David Hutchins was a welder with his own bicycle shop in Missoula when he had an epiphany that his line of work was hazardous to his health and besides, he wanted to do something else.
Leila Karimi, a Ph.D. candidate who researches brackish water desalination at New Mexico State University’s Institute for Energy and the Environment, has been awarded the International Desalination Association’s 2013 Channabasappa Memorial Scholarship.
The Institute for Energy and the Environment at New Mexico State University has announced a new program to extend three students’ participation in the IEE/WERC 23rd Annual International Environmental Design Contest, which was held at NMSU in April.
U.S. Department of Agriculture-Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner announced last month grants totaling more than $300,000 for New Mexico State University.
During a taping of KRWG-TV’s Newsmakers’ television show Tuesday, USDA Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner presented two certificates of obligation to New Mexico State University (NMSU).
New Mexico State University is looking beyond this nation’s borders to find answers to one of the scarcest resources of the Southwest – water.
As part of the federal government’s stimulus bill, almost $39 billion is to be spent by the U.S. Department of Energy with an emphasis on developing clean, secure, energy technology through scientific research, commercial development, and infrastructure improvements.
New Mexico, nicknamed the Land of Enchantment, is rapidly becoming the “Land of Windchantment.” There is a veritable wind land rush taking place in the state, with a plethora of wind developers signing wind power leases with ranchers across the eastern plains.
At times, the formidable winds known across much of the western U.S. can be unpleasant, but now western farmers and ranchers are seeing dollar signs in the wind as they look to lease portions of their land to wind farm developers.