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Ancient Maya houses show wealth inequality tied to despotic governance

Ancient Maya houses show wealth inequality tied to despotic governance

In a new study in PLOS ONE, University of New Mexico alumna Amy Thompson, who graduated with a Ph.D. in Anthropology in 2019, and UNM Anthropology department professor Keith Prufer report on their findings after examining the remains of houses in ancient Maya cities and comparing them with other Mesoamerican societies.

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UNM nuclear engineers part of $25 million DOE consortium

UNM nuclear engineers part of $25 million DOE consortium

Researchers from The University of New Mexico’s Department of Nuclear Engineering have been selected to be part of a multi-institutional, five-year, $25 million grant awarded by the Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).

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U.S. needs to double nursery production according to new study

U.S. needs to double nursery production according to new study

In order to realize the full potential of reforestation in the United States, the nation’s tree nurseries need to increase seedling production by an additional 1.7 billion each year, a 2.4-fold increase over current nursery production.

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