Monthly Archives: July 2007

Startup company launched to bring nanotechnology advances to market

July 20, 2007 by Karl Hill NMSU News Center Groundbreaking new solar cell technology developed by researchers at New Mexico State University and Wake Forest University will be turned into products for the commercial marketplace by a new startup company…
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NMSU Research Park ready to spring to life

July 17, 2007 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center A lonely piece of desert belonging to New Mexico State University is set to transform as part of a large-scale development planned for the university’s research park. Today, NMSU’s Arrowhead Center…
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Red chile farmers and processors get help from NMSU faculty

July 9, 2007 by Elizabeth Myers NMSU News Center The industry that brings New Mexicans one of their favorite spicy foods may become more efficient thanks to help from several departments at New Mexico State University. Delia Valles-Rosales, assistant professor…
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Bankers learn more about the business at NMSU

July 2, 2007 by Justin Bannister NMSU News Center Bankers from around the Southwest spent a week in Las Cruces, taking part in classes as New Mexico State University hosted the Western States School of Banking. More than 70 students…
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