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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 State University’s Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) in the College of Engineering held its 18th international competition, the Environmental Design Contest at the Pan American Center in early April.
A Consortium for Environmental Education and Technology Development has been awarded a grant from the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for a project entitled “Improving the Safety of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables: A WERC Design Contest Approach.”
New Mexico State University’s Institute for Energy and the Environment (IEE) in the College of Engineering is leading development of sustainable solutions to environmental challenges through its 18th international competition, the Environmental Design Constant at the Pan American Center April 6-9.
University and high school students from throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico will participate in the 17th Annual International Environmental Design Contest (EDC) April 1-4 at New Mexico State University.
The New Mexico State University-based WERC: A Consortium for Environmental Education and Technology Development continues to fuel the growing regional reputation for high-tech research and development through the 16th Annual International Environmental Design Contest, April 2-6 this year.