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Hacking photo for release

Hacking for a good cause

The name “hacker” usually has a negative connotation, as in someone who uses high-tech skills to steal a person’s or company’s private electronic information.

Hair Color and Flatiron Patterns

New technology allows hair to reflect almost any color

What if you could alter your hair to reflect any color in the spectrum?  What if you could use a flatiron to press a pattern into your new hair color?  Those are possibilities suggested by research from the University of New Mexico and...

Bruce Milne and teacher

Teachers get science lessons of their own this summer

K-12 teachers who are taking part in the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Teachers program got a crash course recently in Arduinos on how they can incorporate small microcontrollers into lessons for their science students.

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Hacking for a good cause

Hacking photo for release

July 25, 2014 — The name “hacker” usually has a negative connotation, as in someone who uses high-tech skills to steal a person’s or company’s ...

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Molles receives Eugene P. Odum Award

Manuel Molles

July 28, 2014 — Manuel C. Molles, Jr., Professor Emeritus, UNM Department of Biology, was recently awarded the 2014 Eugene P. Odum Award for ...

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