1. TMCnet.com - "Hayat, Krishna Named IEEE Fellows"
The IEEE recently named Professors Majeed M. Hayat and Sanjay Krishna, UNM Electrical and Computer Engineering, as IEEE Fellows. The designation recognizes individuals with an outstanding record of accomplishment.
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2. Free News Pos - "Raising the exchange rate"
Angela Wandinger-Ness, UNM professor of pathology, has been selected as a research ambassador to Germany.
3. KOAT-7 - "UNM program to curb drinking and driving successful so far" (story and video)
4. Idaho Satesman - "Governor to seek $600K for telemedicine programs"
Gov. Susana Martinez will ask the Legislature for $600,000 next year for telemedicine services to help provide access to medical specialists for patients and primary care providers in rural areas.
5. ABQ Business First - "The eco devo 'bliss point' and where NM ranks"
A new study conducted by UNM Bureau of Business and Economic Research suggests that GDP determines regional 'bliss point.'
6. DVIDS - "Better models for bacterial adhesion could lead to better protection of warfighters"
A team of researchers led by Linnea Ista, a UNM research assistant professor in Chemical Nuclear Engineering, find inconsistencies in a long-used model that measures bacterial attachment to surfaces.
7. Media Monitoring from Monday, Dec. 2, 2013
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A PROPOSED HIGH TECH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN DOWNTOWN ALBUQUERQUE MAY GET A BIG HELPING HAND FROM UNM. THE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF REGENTS WILL REVIEW A PROPOSAL TO INVEST 13- MILLION IN THE INNOVATE ABQ INITIATIVE. IT WILL BE THEIR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO FULLY VET THE PROJECT. THE PROPOSAL WILL BE REVIEWED IN A MEETING THIS FRIDAY.
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AN EFFORT TO ESTABLISH A HIGH- TECH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN DOWNTOWN ALBUQUERQUE COULD GET A MAJOR BOOST. ON FRIDAY, UNM'S BOARD OF REGENTS WILL REVIEW PROPOSALS TO INVEST 13-MILLION DOLLARS IN INNOVATE ABQ. IT WILL BE THEIR FIRST OPPORTUNITY TO FULLY LOOK AT THE PROJECT. SO FAR, UNM HAS RECEIVED PROMISES FOR SIX AND A HALF MILLION DOLLARS IN OUTSIDE FUNDING FOR THE PROJECT.