IS Co-op News

Romanian Ambassador visits the Center for Stable Isotopes as part of “50 States, One Community” tour

October 6, 2022

By Irene Gray On September 6th, the Center for Stable Isotopes (CSI) welcomed a very special visitor to their lab in the Physics & Astronomy and Int ... [Read More]

UNM professor part of published study on historic asteroid samples

September 22, 2022

By Savannah Peat There are one million known in existence, each with their own set of unknowns. With no atmosphere, varying shapes, sizes, and composi ... [Read More]

ROSE program strengthens STEM learning experiences throughout New Mexico

September 2, 2022

  By Irene Gray This summer, New Mexico’s science educators were given a unique opportunity to strengthen STEM learning experiences in the ... [Read More]

IsoCamp welcomes 54 new alumni in its second year at UNM

August 29, 2022

By Irene Gray For two weeks over the summer, students throughout the world have the opportunity to learn from one another at one of the largest s ... [Read More]

Innovative new summer internship program addresses environmental health concerns in communities

August 8, 2022

A new internship program launched this summer at UNM sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF) EPSCoR Track 2 program, TickBase&#1 ... [Read More]

Co-op’s Undergraduate Fellowship in Water Management enters third year with new cohort

August 4, 2022

Since its launch in 2020, the UNM Interdisciplinary Science Cooperative’s Undergraduate Fellowship in Water Management has given six students th ... [Read More]

The Southwest Quantum Information & Technology Workshop celebrates over two decades of advancing Quantum Information Science

November 18, 2021

For the past 23 years, the Southwest Quantum Information & Technology (SQuInT) workshop has brought some of the greatest minds together across the Sou ... [Read More]

Internationally recognized short course makes its new home at UNM

September 2, 2021

by Irene Gray After 25 years at the University of Utah, UNM’s Center for Stable Isotopes (CSI) has been given a unique opportunity to  ... [Read More]

Regents' Professor, Ivan Deutsch

CQuIC awarded $3,000,000 from NSF to expand New Mexico’s standing as national hub of Quantum Information Science

August 4, 2021

By Irene Gray Some of the greatest advancements in technology have occurred through the expanding field of Quantum Information Science (QIS) – a ... [Read More]