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CHTM, Physics labs successfully cool glass with lasers

Researchers from The University of New Mexico and a German team have written a collaborative paper, Laser cooling of ytterbium-doped silica glass, that appears in Communications Physics, an open-access journal from Nature Research.

COSMIAC awarded $19 million cooperative agreement for communications, GPS projects

COSMIAC has recently been awarded a $19 million award to conduct communications, positioning, navigation and timing projects, which have been deemed a priority to the U.S. Space Force and other military and governmental researchers.

UNM's Gold Lab works toward improved HIV treatment

The University of New Mexico’s Gold Lab, headed by assistant professor Brian Gold in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, is using computational modeling to learn about HIV.

UNM’s CQuIC to collaborate with CU-Boulder as part of NSF’s Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes

The University of New Mexico’s Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC) is part of the CU-led collaboration titled Quantum Systems through Entangled Science and Engineering or Q-SEnSE.

New book by UNM professor examines crucial water issues

A new book co-authored by John Fleck, director of the Water Resources Program at The University of New Mexico, is an alarming reminder of the high stakes in the management—and perils in the mismanagement—of water in the western United States.

COVID-19 is having a devastating economic impact on Latino families

Latino Americans are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to contract COVID-19 and to face disproportionately high mortality rates when they contract the virus – according to previously documented research done by a team including UNM Political Science Professor Gabe Sanchez.

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