Throughout her academic career, Lina Cui has always been interested in the chemistry of disease in the human body. Now, as a University of New Mexico Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cui is using her knowledge and expertise to learn more about how diseases progress and how we can stop them.
Returning Lobo researches native Spanish speaking elementary students struggling with math problem solving
A project to develop new ultrafast laser transmitter technology at The University of New Mexico is expected to have a revolutionary impact on the physics of semiconductor lasers, with potential applications that could result in ten times the speed of current fiber optic networks.
A new, National Science Foundation (NSF) grant is allowing researchers at The University of New Mexico to study how people are responding to the current political environment in the United States.
Earlier this spring, the NSF awarded UNM Political Science Professor Lonna Rae Atkeson a one year, $30,000 grant to research, “RAPID: Emotion Regulation, Attitudes, and the Consequences for Political Behavior in a Polarized Political Environment.” (NSF Award 1743846).
“Rarely do higher education faculty get awarded a timely grant,” Atkeson said. “But this funding comes at a time when it is particularly interesting to see how emotions are contributing to the political conversation.”
For the first time ever, astronomers at The University of New Mexico say they’ve been able to observe and measure the orbital motion between two super massive black holes hundreds of millions of light years from Earth.
Dr. Sang Lee, Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been awarded one of Oak Ridge Associate Universities (ORAU) 2017 Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Awards.
His selection is especially significant because there were 125 applicants from which 37 awardees were chosen. Recipients of this award are faculty who are within the first two years of their tenure-track position.
This is a national award that recognizes the quality and promise of young faculty researchers. The University of New Mexico’s Office of the Vice President for Research matched this award, making the total award amount worth $10,000 for one year (June 1 to May 31).
“This is a great achievement for Dr. Lee and UNM is proud of his commitment to research excellence,” said Vice President for Research López.