• January 17, 2021

Tags : New Mexico State University

NMSU to co-host acequia research workshop Thursday

New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Acequia Association will host a workshop, “Acequias and Science: A Community Conversation,” on Zoom from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14. The event is intended to help mayordomos, commissioners and parciantes understand scientific results and real-world implications. To register for the workshop click here. The virtual […]Read More

NMSU Arrowhead Center statewide collaborations key to Studio G’s growth

Arrowhead Center is housed at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, but its mission is to serve entrepreneurs and businesses extends beyond campus. Arrowhead Center’s world-ranked student business accelerator, Studio G, is currently open to students and recent alumni at 18 colleges and universities in New Mexico and Texas. Entrepreneur-in-residence Victor Hughes has been […]Read More

New Mexico produced Water Research Consortium adds ExxonMobil as research

The New Mexico Produced Water Research Consortium, a joint effort between New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Environment Department, has received support from ExxonMobil as a research sponsor. The sponsorship will help support the consortium’s research, development and demonstration efforts to focus on the technical and health and safety issues associated with the […]Read More

NMSU science centers provide agricultural industry with research-based solutions

New Mexico’s $3.17 billion agricultural industry is as diverse as the state’s environmental conditions. With four crop production regions, 11 plant hardiness zones, five defined watersheds, and 126 distinct soil types in New Mexico, agricultural production varies from the north to the south, and the east to the west. As the state’s land-grant university, New […]Read More

NMSU researchers explore sustainable Southwest beef production

Sustainable beef production is a challenge in the semi-arid rangeland environments of the Southwest. Climate change may reduce the ability of these ecosystems to support herds of large-frame breeds that dominate the American cattle industry. New Mexico State University, in collaboration with Texas A&M AgriLife Research and a network of institutions and ranchers, is studying […]Read More

NMSU, Los Alamos National Laboratory to collaborate on joint appointments

New Mexico State University and Los Alamos National Laboratory have signed a new institutional agreement to support joint appointments. The joint appointments will provide opportunities for NMSU and LANL to attract, retain and recognize science and engineering staff and faculty with the goal of enhancing the quality of science, technology, education and industrial development in […]Read More