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STC.UNM receives Economic Development Administration University Center Grant

STC.UNM, The University of New Mexico’s technology-transfer and economic-development organization, announced today that it has received a University Center Grant from the federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) to support high-growth entrepreneurs and provide training and technical assistance at all UNM campuses.

NSF announces $750,000 EQuIP award for quantum information processing to The University of New Mexico

The National Science Foundation announced today $6 million for quantum research as part of its RAISE-EQuIP: Frontiers of Quantum Engineering effort, an initiative designed to push the frontiers of engineering in quantum information science and technology.

UNM part of statewide NSF EPSCoR grant to revolutionize the electrical grid

The University of New Mexico is part of a statewide consortium on a $20 million, five-year grant that aims to modernize the electrical grid to make it more resilient, reliable and ready to handle renewable technologies of the future.

UNM researcher delves into water politics affecting our state’s most beloved crop

Doctoral student Holly Brause packed her trunk this summer and hit the road for a lengthy drive down south. While most students travel for fun and to relax, Brause made the trip to roll up her sleeves and get to work on understanding how water issues are affecting New Mexico’s most treasured, above ground, resource. 

UNM professors take the stage in Granada

The University of New Mexico professors Kevin Vigneau and Kimberly Fredenburgh are slated to perform original works by UNM composers at the International Double Reed Society 47th Annual Conference in Granada, Spain on Aug. 28.

UNM, USF scientists find stable sea levels during last interglacial

Visualize the following: The Earth’s climate swings between cold glacial and warm interglacial periods; the last glacial interval was about 20,000 years ago; sea level was about 126 meters (413 feet) below modern sea level at that time; and the Holocene, which represents the last 12,000 years of climatic change, is an interglacial period.

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