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UNM, NASA scientists find depletion of halogens due to Giant Impact

In new research, authored by University of New Mexico graduate student Tony Gargano and scientists from UNM's Center for Stable Isotopes, in collaboration with scientists from NASA’s Johnson Space Center, published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) titled Chlorine isotope composition and halogen contents of Apollo-return samples

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UNM seeks to fund numerous projects with passage of GO Bond C

This year, the ballot will feature GO Bond C for Higher Education to help provide New Mexico’s colleges, universities, and specialty schools with the ability to ensure students have the tools and resources to be successful.

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Miyake Research Group improves quantum computing algorithms

At The University of New Mexico, the Miyake Research Group has been taking part in an initiative called the Software-Tailored Architecture for Quantum co-design, or STAQ, project aimed at developing and improving quantum systems.

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Bringing Back the Pack to Research

Resumption of curtailed research operations will occur in alignment with applicable state, national, and regional guidelines and as determined by university leadership.

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The Office of Graduate studies is providing information to graduate students and faculty regarding the coronavirus pandemic.

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Mission

The mission of the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) is to advance innovation and discovery. The core of this mission is the research, scholarship, and creative works of UNM faculty. The OVPR seeks to facilitate these activities, resulting in new knowledge and applications of value to academic communities and the public.



During the Coronavirus Pandemic



As the University of New Mexico continues to work to "Bring back the Pack", resumption of curtailed research operations will occur in alignment with applicable state, national, and regional guidelines and as determined by university leadership. Until all restrictions are lifted, only personnel with a need to access physical locations to advance research and creative works should be on-site. These guidelines are in addition to the protocols published in Bringing Back the Pack (https://bringbackthepack.unm.edu/worksite-protocols/index.html), released by the UNM Office of President (5/22/2020).

Additional links to resources and support for UNM researchers can be found below, and will be updated as necessary.





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