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Colombian researchers partner with UNM professor to conduct drone rotor simulations using CARC systems
February 11, 2019
A type of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) known as drones are the subject of increased scientific research as their use increases and becomes more diverse. Read More...

UNM nuclear engineers part of national consortium to strengthen nuclear security
February 7, 2019
Researchers from The University of New Mexico Department of Nuclear Engineering are part of a 14-university team that will seek to improve capabilities to monitor the global nuclear fuel cycle, with the overall charge of boosting nuclear safety. Read More...

UNM researcher's company receives $1.2 million in renewable energy funding
February 7, 2019
The Durable Module Materials Consortium, commonly known as DuraMAT, recently awarded $3.3 million in funding to several entities, including The University of New Mexico, for renewable energy projects. Read More...

Inaugural Meet Engineering Day set for February 23
February 4, 2019
High school students who are interested in pursuing engineering as a college major are invited to attend the inaugural Meet Engineering Day on February 23. Read More...

Taha receives American Concrete Institute award
January 30, 2019
Taha will be honored at the ACI Spring 2019 Concrete Convention and Exposition during the opening session and keynote presentation on March 24 in Quebec City, Canada. Read More...

UNM faculty honored by NM Legislature
January 25, 2019
Svihla recognized for enhancing classrooms through research Read More...

UNM researcher develops technology aimed at preventing injury and deaths in a fire
January 24, 2019
Research to be presented to New Mexico Legislature Read More...

UNM receives funding for first electron microscope of its kind in the state
January 22, 2019
Imagine being able to see objects that are invisible to the human eye and in fact 100,000 times smaller than a human hair. Read More...

New report advises lawmakers on water resource issues
January 17, 2019
Researchers at The University of New Mexico are wading through one of the state’s most prolific problems: water resources. Read More...