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In Brief 2009

Arrowhead Center to study energy, jobs and water

New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is set to tackle three of the biggest issues in the state – energy, jobs and water. The U.S. Department of Energy awarded a three-year, $1.2 million grant to Arrowhead Center to study connections between fossil fuel production, economic development and water in New Mexico. “We want to see […]

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Research team receives international recognition

A team of two New Mexico State University computer science doctorate students and two professors received a superior rating in the International Conference of Automated Planning and Scheduling (ICAPS) for the creation of a computer system to augment artificial intelligence research to solve more problems. Students Vien Tran and Khoi Nguyen and NMSU professor of […]

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Computing power key to modeling human heart

With the help of one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, Kwong Ng, professor of electrical and computer engineering, hopes to build the world’s largest computer model of the human heart. The heart model is central to Ng’s quest to improve the use of defibrillation to save the lives of heart patients. “The model is […]

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Next generation genome sequencer available at NMSU

New Mexico State University is the first minority institution in the nation to give researchers access to a genome sequencer to study microbes and non-microorganisms, said Marvin Bernstein, head of the biology department in the College of Arts and Sciences. With the new GS FLX genome sequencer technology, researchers at NMSU can assist with cancer […]

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