$1.46 million grant to help NMSU professor study mosquito reproduction

A professor in New Mexico State University’s Department of Biology received a $1.46 million grant to study amino acid transport in mosquitoes in the hopes of finding new ways for controlling their population. Immo Hansen, an associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, received the grant from the National Institutes of Health at…
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NMSU faculty collaborate on grant to study OMDP National Monument

LAS CRUCES – An interdisciplinary team of anthropologists, geologists, biologists and geographers from New Mexico State University is helping the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management by locating and recording natural and cultural resources on the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.   Read More…

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Grad Excellence Award winners for 2017-18

From Left, Andy Lawrence, Matt Gould, Cody Champion, and Surya Banerjee.
Matt Gould is also the winner of the 2018 Wendy and Travis Traylor Memorial Award. Surya Banerjee is also the recipient of the NMSU Graduate School’s Merit-Based Enhancement Award for academic year 2018-2019.

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Congratulations to Kathryn Hanley for receiving the Regents Professorship.

The Regents Professorship was established in 2001 by the New Mexico State University Board of Regents to recognize faculty who have made outstanding contributions to New Mexico State’s mission as a land-grant, Carnegie Foundation Doctoral/Research University, and to honor contributions in areas of education, research, extension education and public service. Regents Professors hold the title…
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Mosquitoes are attracted to me and it’s likely due to my genes.

Immo Hansen’s research in the news Some things we know make mosquitoes more attracted to you: Exercising, higher metabolism, higher body temperature, more body odor, being pregnant, type O blood, infrequent bathing, lactic acid, ammonia, acetone. There are a number of folk remedies people believe protect them from mosquito bites like drinking alcohol, eating garlic,…
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NMSU alumna receives 2017 For Women in Science Fellowship

LAS CRUCES – A New Mexico State University alumna is one of only five recipients of the 2017 For Women in Science Fellowship awarded by L’Oréal USA. Kellie Ann Jurado, currently in a post doctoral program at Yale University, received the fellowship, which honors female scientists at a critical stage in their careers with a…
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NMSU alumna receives 2017 For Women in Science Fellowship

LAS CRUCES – A New Mexico State University alumna is one of only five recipients of the 2017 For Women in Science Fellowship awarded by L’Oréal USA. Kellie Ann Jurado, currently in a post doctoral program at Yale University, received the fellowship, which honors female scientists at a critical stage in their careers with a…
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NMSU students get creative to secure research funding

New Mexico State University students are ambitious. They’re also creative. And when they’re passionate about their research, they’ll take the path less traveled to secure funding. Many research projects are funded through organizations, such as the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, United States Department of Agriculture and the Fulbright Scholar Program. But sometimes…
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Dr. Elba Serrano named a 2012 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science!

  “New Mexico State University Regents Professor Elba Serrano has reached a pinnacle in her career. Serrano was recently named as a 2012 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science   Election as a fellow of AAAS is an honor bestowed upon members by their peers. Fellows are recognized for meritorious efforts…
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