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NMSU Research Emphasis at a Glance

NMSU has identified five interdisciplinary areas in which its faculty and staff members have noted expertise. The university is focusing support on these strategic areas as a means of effectively using the state’s resources to benefit the region, the state and the nation. For the past three years, the university has set aside funding for […]

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Going back to nature

By Linda Fresques Program aims to take riparian renewal methods to the city By Linda Fresques NMSU civil engineering Professor Salim Bawazir is using nature to restore itself. He is investigating natural methods to return native vegetation to riparian zones that have been damaged through the introduction of the infamous salt cedar, a highly invasive […]

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Opportunity to collaborate

By Darrell J. Pehr NMSU delegation reaches out to counterparts in India for research partnerships A team from New Mexico State University traveled to India last September to seek out new research and educational collaborations. A second follow-on visit was conducted in December/January to sign agreements between NMSU Interim President Manuel T. Pacheco, NMSU Vice […]

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Unlocking secrets

By Gabriella D. Ferrari Genetics student investigates disease resistance in chile Greg Reeves is trying to find a needle in a haystack, or so it seems. In reality, Reeves is searching for a specific gene in the chile pepper genome in hopes of finding the secret to disease resistant chiles. Reeves, a master’s student at […]

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