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First of its kind research sheds light on mysterious fireballs

When University of New Mexico Physics & Astronomy Professor Greg Taylor turned on the first Long Wavelength Array (LWA1) station in 2011, he wasn’t exactly sure what they were going to find. Fast forward five years, and now, Taylor and recent Ph.D. graduate Ken Obenberger have detected and studied a strange, meteoric phenomenon no one else had ever seen.


UNM part of team bidding to manage Sandia National Laboratories

The University of New Mexico is a member of a team that has signed a formal agreement to bid jointly to manage Albuquerque-based Sandia National Laboratories. The announcement was made today at a press conference at UNM. UNM is a member of the team led...


UNM alum headed to Africa for Fulbright research

Traveling to a faraway continent isn’t something every child dreams about. But, for University of New Mexico alumna Maureen Meyer, Africa has always held a special place in her heart and mind. Now, thanks to the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, that childhood dream will soon become reality.

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UNM masterminds in global forum

AJC Global Forum

May 26, 2016 — A contingent of UNM leaders are headed to Washington D.C. after receiving an exciting joint-invitation from the Mexican Embassy ...

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