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NMSU biology professor Immo Hansen, right, and postdoctoral researcher Hitoshi Tsujimoto work together in Hansen's mosquito laboratory on campus. (Photo by Darren Phillips)

NMSU mosquito nutrient transport research may lead to better, safer insecticides

Date: 11/02/2015 Writer: Dana Beasley, 575-646-7953, [email protected] Ever wonder why male mosquitoes don’t bite? “They don’t have to make eggs,” explained Immo Hansen, associate professor of biology at New Mexico State […]

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NMSU civil engineering professor Paola Bandini, right, works in her laboratory with graduate students Hend Hussien Al-Shatnawi, left, and Rachelle Mason. (Photo by Darren Phillips)

NMSU researchers work to solve infrastructure challenges, members of new Engineering Research Center

Date: 11/02/2015 Writer: Tiffany Acosta, 575-646-3929, [email protected] In August, New Mexico State University was announced as one of four universities in a new National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center to develop […]

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10/16/2015: NMSU chemical engineering professor Jessica Houston, left, and NMSU biochemistry professor Kevin Houston demonstrate how they use their custom-built flow cytometer to evaluate cancer cell cultures. Jessica Houston and her research team developed the flow cytometer in her lab, which in turn is used by Kevin Houston to conduct research in his cancer cell biochemistry lab. (Photo by Darren Phillips)

NMSU cancer researchers collaborate for a cure

Date: 10/21/2015 Writer: Dana Beasley, 575-646-7953, [email protected] Since their arrival to New Mexico State University in 2009, Kevin and Jessica P. Houston’s investigations into cancer research have developed into a multidisciplinary […]

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10/09/15: PSL Interim Deputy Director Henry Cathey speaks at a Scholarly Excellence Rally honoring NMSU's Physical Science Laboratory for its work with the Federal Aviation Administration Center for Excellence for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research. (Photo by Karrie Lucero)

NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory Flight Test Center provides testing for state, nation

Date: 10/14/2015 Writer: Tiffany Acosta, 575-646-3929, [email protected] Established in 2007, the New Mexico State University Physical Science Laboratory’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight Test Center is the first of its kind. In […]

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New Mexico State University graduate student Chuck Havlik watches the mechanized chile harvester run on one of his research plots. He is testing how close chile plants can be together for optimal harvest by the machine without losing chile fruit size. (NMSU photo by Jane Moorman) SEP15

NMSU studying optimal variety, field protocol for new mechanized chile harvester

Date: 10/12/2015 Writer: Jane Moorman, 505-249-0527, [email protected] LAS CRUCES – New Mexicans love green chile. As that love expands regionally and nationally, the New Mexico growers are faced with an increasing […]

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New Mexico State University Assistant Professor Kenneth C. Carroll, third from left, and other researchers have created a new fracturing fluid that may increase the development of geothermal energy.

NMSU researcher helps explore cost-effective, non-polluting enhanced geothermal systems

Date: 10/06/2015 Writer: Darrell J. Pehr, 575-646-3223, [email protected] Tapping the natural heat of the earth may be more cost-effective and clean thanks to a research project led by researchers at Pacific […]

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New Mexico State University civil engineering graduate student Andrew Giesler examines data from a large-scale test on a bridge girder build with ultra-high performance concrete that is stronger and has a longer life than regular concrete. (NMSU photo by Linda Fresques).

Large-scale concrete testing takes place for first time at NMSU

Date: 08/26/2014 Writer: Kristen Sullivan, 575-646-2510, [email protected] Andrew Giesler, a graduate student in civil engineering, and his team at New Mexico State University are testing ultra-high performance concrete bridge girders […]

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Linda Spencer, center, director of the Communication Disorders Program in New Mexico State University’s College of Education, talks to her students Shelbie Claycomb, left, and Ruthie Montes who are working in her lab analyzing data for a research project. (NMSU Photo by Darren Phillips)

NIH grant supports NMSU research aimed at improving education for deaf students

  Date: 05/19/2014 Writer: Julie M. Hughes, 575-646-1953, [email protected] New Mexico State University’s Communication Disorders Program is partnering on a $2.3 million research project to pinpoint the types of teaching and […]

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A black bear’s curiosity gets the best of him when he discovers a lure set by NMSU researchers. (NMSU photo by Matt Gould)

NMSU researchers estimate density, abundance of black bears in New Mexico

  Date: 05/13/2014 Writer: Jocelyn N. Apodaca, 575-646-7562, [email protected] Using noninvasive genetic sampling, researchers from the Department of Biology and the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology at New Mexico […]

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NMSU physics professor Stefan Zollner speaks at a research rally event on campus. (Photo by Darren Phillips)

NMSU physics department to acquire new instrumentation through DOD funding

  Date: 05/07/2014 Writer: Isabel A. Rodriguez, 575-646-7066, [email protected] A team of faculty led by Professor Stefan Zollner of New Mexico State University has received a grant of about $300,000 for […]

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