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Happy Monday! Can you believe we are almost at the end of the 2018? We've been quiet these last few months, but that's because we've been so busy bringing you new and exciting things these last few months. Our new Track 1 grant, the NM SMART Grid Center, began September 15th and we are thrilled to bring you a brand new website to mark the occasion! 


A Brand New Website

Presenting the new NM EPSCoR website! We've spent the last several months designing and coding what we hope will be a helpful and easy-to-use resource for our participants and partners, while educating the public on the impacts of NM EPSCoR on the state over nearly 20 years! 

NM EPSCoR Researchers Pen Open Letter to the Next Governor New Mexico

Four research scientists, all of whom have been part of New Mexico EPSCoR projects in the past, penned an open letter to the next governor of New Mexico. Laura Crossey, Dan Cadol, Sam Fernald, and Cliff Dahm wrote about the importance of higher education research for the NM Political Report. The letter was published before the 2018 Midterm Elections on November 2nd.  

Another Successful NMAS Research Symposium in the Books!

Continuing a tradition of collaboration and research excellence, our 6th Annual Research Symposium was a success! With over 110 attendees, 40 posters, and 25 presentations, the day was filled with networking and topics spanning several STEM fields.

New Mexico Receives NSF EPSCoR Grant for NM SMART Grid Center

Researchers across New Mexico have received a $20 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) EPSCoR for the New Mexico SMART Grid Center, an integrated research and education program that will support development of a modern electric grid.

How Big Data is Changing Science

Researchers and students interested in cyberinfrastructure and big data in science and research may enjoy this long read from Mosaic Science
Click here to read article

Filtering liquids with liquids

The Osmotic Team from the Energize New Mexico grant may enjoy this article about a Liquid-gated membrane filtration system that improves industrial wastewater purification and saves energy
Click here to read article


December 3–8: Computer Science Week at Explora

Hour of Code™ events at Explora for children and adults: Join this fun introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and help you learn the basics! Included with regular admission (range $4-8); Explora members, free. Learn more

December 21–January 2
State Office Closed

The New Mexico EPSCoR State Office will be closed on Friday, December 21, 2018, and will reopen in the new year on January 2, 2019. 



Have a safe an happy turkey day holiday from all of us at NM EPSCoR!

Have cool stories, experiences, videos, findings, or images as part of your NM EPSCoR work, or an event you'd like to advertise? Contact Natalie Rogers at, tweet us @NMEPSCoR, or DM us on Instagram!

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