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NMSU inducts patent holders into new chapter of National Academy of Inventors

October 10, 2013 by Darrell J. Pehr, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University inducted 21 faculty and staff members Oct. 3 into a newly formed chapter of the National Academy of Inventors. The inductees all hold one or more patents on their discoveries, ranging from a desalination technique that runs off solar power to an apparatus that allows a person to experience a zero- or reduce More »

NMSU’s Arrowhead Center to honor Launch competition awardees

COB Editor's Note: On April 17, Arrowhead hosted an entrepreneurs’ luncheon featuring guest speaker and NMSU alum Dr. Bradley Gordon, who shared his experiences in more than 25 years of starting and growing new companies. The luncheon drew more than 30 attendees, including NMSU and Arrowhead students, along with clients of Arrowhead Technology Incubator. Dr. Gordon stayed on for a recepti More »

NMSU faculty, staff honored at 2012 fall convocation

August 20, 2012 by Darrell J. Pehr, NMSU@WORK Top faculty and staff achievements were celebrated today at New Mexico State University’s fall convocation ceremony. Convocation takes place each fall and spring as a way to begin the semester with a focus on excellence. “Convocation is an important opportunity to honor the achievements of our faculty and staff,” said Executive Vice Pre More »

Research & Resources: NMSU expands algae research with new photobioreactor

Spring 2012. Retrieved online July 18, 2012 by NMSU Staff, NMSU Research & Resources The April installation of New Mexico State University’s new 4,000-liter photobioreactor system at the Fabian Garcia Research Center promises to accelerate the university’s emergence as a leader in algal biofuel research. The Solix BioSystems Lumian AGS4000 is an algae-cultivation system that allo More »

Research & Resources: Green means Go for NMSU’s algae research

Spring 2011. Retrieved online June 28, 2011 by Justin Bannister NMSU Research & Resources It’s pond scum. It’s also a potential source for environmentally friendly gasoline, jet fuel, nutritional supplements and a host of other beneficial products. A fully operational algae industry could mean big bucks for the state’s economy and that’s why New Mexico State University More »

NMSU expands algae research with 4,000-liter photobioreactor

April 15, 2011 by Jay Rodman, NMSU News Center New Mexico State University is significantly expanding its capacity to accomplish critical algal biofuel research with the recent installation of a new photobioreactor system from Solix BioSystems at the university’s Fabian Garcia Research Center in Las Cruces. The system promises to accelerate the university’s emergence as a leader in this More »

NMSU College of Business Today: December 20, 2010

December 20, 2010 by College of Business online newsletter for alumni Tom Ridge speaks at NMSU’s first Domenici Institute Forum The first U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge took part in New Mexico State University’s first Domenici Institute Forum on Oct. 7. His talk focused on national security and will be followed by a question and answer session. Ridge currently serves as the More »