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Advance announces 2021 Women in STEM award winners

Twelve faculty members at The University of New Mexico have been selected for the 2021 Women in STEM awards. The Women in STEM awards are hosted by Advance at UNM in collaboration with the UNM Office of Academic Affairs and the Office of the Vice President for Research.

Scientists discover new exoplanet with an atmosphere ripe for study

An international group of collaborators, including scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and The University of New Mexico, have discovered a new, temperate sub-Neptune sized exoplanet with a 24-day orbital period orbiting a nearby M dwarf star.

Sevilleta project uses past data to predict future

By harnessing decades of rich data, scientists are beginning to forecast future conditions and plan ways to manage, mitigate, or adapt to likely changes in ecosystems that will impact human economies, health and wellbeing.

UNM team captures stories of pandemic resilience

Four students from various disciplines throughout The University of New Mexico, under the direction of visiting assistant professor Joni Palmer of the School of Architecture and Planning, set out to capture stories of how people and their communities were staying resilient in the face of the challenges posed by the pandemic.

UNM awarded NSF grant to develop Bifrost software

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded The University of New Mexico a three-year, $500,000 grant to develop software that utilizes Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) to capture and process data from astronomical telescopes.

Class brings together students from UNM and Mexico

Associate Professor Anna Nogar of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at The University of New Mexico and former UNM Mexico Studies Chair Lorena Ojeda-Dávila, professor at the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, recently collaborated on a project that brought together students from UNM and Mexico to foster international conversation and cultural exchange and gave participants a chance to interact across borders despite pandemic restrictions.

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