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Concrete ideas

By Emily C. Kelley Grad student shaking up how builders make structures earthquake-safe The world has experienced more than 60 significant earthquakes so far in 2012, according to the United States Geological Survey. The deadliest, a 6.7-magnitude quake that struck the Negros-Cebu region of the Philippines on Feb. 2, killed 113 people. One New Mexico […]

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Energy expert

By Linda Fresques Deng awarded first Fulbright Distinguished Chair Nine years ago, Shuguang Deng left a successful career in private industry as a process engineer to come to New Mexico State University with the purpose of conducting research on energy, the environment and water. His efforts toward that end have earned him worldwide recognition, as […]

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Mouse trackers

By Minerva Baumann Mouse trackers NMSU researcher studies impact of humans on animal behavior Karen Mabry likens her work with mice to following the lives of teenagers as they go off to college, move away and then create their own families far from home. While her analogy helps her connect with students, Mabry’s research into […]

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Research center helps with reforestation after wildfire

Research center helps with reforestation after wildfire With wildfires having consumed hundreds of thousands of acres of forest in New Mexico during 2011 and 2012, staff members at New Mexico State University’s John T. Harrington Forestry Research Center at Mora are busy raising trees to help the reforestation and restoration of the land. Through the […]

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