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Student Profiles 2004

Engineering a Solution to Cow Manure

by Jeany Llorente The desert landscape of southern New Mexico bears a striking resemblance to Maritza Macias-Corral’s hometown of Torreón in Coahuila, Mexico. The two areas have something else in common – a booming dairy industry. The area around Torreón, which is known as Comarca Lagunera, is the biggest milk-producing region in Mexico, with an […]

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Supporting NASA Research

by Jeany Llorente For most people, solving complex equations might be a daunting task. But not for Javier Cerna. Finding answers is his specialty. “I can’t stand the feeling of not knowing the answer to a problem,” says the senior electrical engineering major and student researcher at NMSU’s Physical Science Laboratory (PSL). “I try to […]

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