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Innovation by design
October 19, 2017
People recovering from strokes, trauma and other injuries often require intensive physical therapy and the use of special assistive devices to regain their mobility so that they can live independently. Read More...

Civil engineering Ph.D. candidate receives $200,000 grant from U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
October 12, 2017
Jacob Collison, a Ph.D. candidate in water resources working under Mark Stone, associate professor in civil engineering, was awarded a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Upper Colorado Region. Read More...

2 engineering students named scholars by Great Minds in STEM
October 12, 2017
Two students from The University of New Mexico School of Engineering have been selected to receive scholarships from Great Minds in STEM, a nonprofit organization devoted promoting science, technology, engineering, and math to underserved communities. Read More...

School of Engineering Open House attracts hundreds
October 12, 2017
High school students and their parents flocked to Centennial Engineering Center on Saturday, Oct. 7 to see all of what the School of Engineering has to offer. Read More...

School of Engineering programs reaccredited
October 9, 2017
As the result of an accreditation review by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET in fall 2016, all of the bachelor’s degree programs in engineering offered by the The University of New Mexico School of Engineering have been reaccredited. Read More...

UNM student creates first augmented-reality app that visualizes atoms
October 3, 2017
A University of New Mexico student took a leading role this summer in creating a smartphone app that does something no other app can do — visualize atoms using augmented reality. Read More...

Tapia receives international award for computing research
September 29, 2017
Lydia Tapia, an associate professor in The University of New Mexico Department of Computer Science, has been awarded the Borg Early Career Award from the Computing Research Association – Women (CRA-W). Read More...

NSF fellowship to help UNM researcher advance fuel cell technology
September 27, 2017
As the need for alternative forms of energy production continues to increase around the world, researchers at The University of New Mexico are working to improve hydrogen fuel cells by better understanding them at the atomic and molecular level. Read More...

Arsenic and algae: finding sustainable water purification systems
September 25, 2017
A University of New Mexico undergraduate engineering student thinks algae could solve the problem of arsenic contamination in water. Read More...