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Physical Science Laboratory

Seven Decades of Service to the Nation Founded in 1946 to address the needs of the nation’s space and rocket initiatives, the Physical Science Laboratory (PSL) today is involved in suborbital platforms, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), cyber security, missile instrumentation, and other related aerospace support services to Department of Defense (DoD) and NASA programs. For […]



The Bridge Inspection Program NMSU has been conducting bridge inspection in support of the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) since 1989. Under the direction of David V. Jáuregui, Professor of Civil Engineering, and thanks to the expertise of NMSU engineering faculty, such as Professor Kenneth R. White, P.E., the program continues to support NMDOT […]


Renewed Programs In STEM Education

NM-AMP A $1.3-million grant from the National Science Foundation is allowing New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation (AMP) to continue its important mission to increase the enrollment, quality of education, and graduation rate of historically underrepresented minority students (URM) in STEM fields. According to Dr. Ricardo Jacquez, Dean of the College of Engineering and the […]


Chemical and Biological Sciences

State-of-the-Art X-Ray Irradiator Boosts NMSU’s Research Addition of an X-ray irradiator and dosimetry system enables NMSU faulty in the chemical and biochemical sciences to conduct innovative research in diverse areas. The equipment was recently purchased through a $260,000 National Science Foundation grant awarded to Shelley Lusetti, NMSU Associate Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Researchers are […]