IS Co-op News

Rare Disease Advocates Unite for Research and Support at Rare Disease Day Event

April 10, 2024

Rare disease patients, their families, researchers, and clinicians all gathered at The University of New Mexico Rare Disease Day on February 29 to adv ... [Read More]

A Sky Islands–Gila Headwaters Living Lab Planning Initiative - Bringing Communities and Uniting Ecosystems for a Sustainable Future

September 13, 2023

Scientists Katelyn Driscoll and Thomas Turner are leading a study to support the Forest Service’s Southwestern Region, inclu ... [Read More]

Research Opportunities for Science Educators (ROSE) makes a significant impact on STEM education in New Mexico

July 10, 2023

By Irene Gray Thanks to a special partnership between UNM and the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED), science educators throughout the st ... [Read More]

Students from across the globe attend internationally-renowned short course, IsoCamp

July 10, 2023

By Irene Gray This summer, graduate students from throughout the globe had the opportunity to come together to learn from some of the leading experts ... [Read More]

Quantum New Mexico Exchange Workshop inspires collaborative opportunities for the next generation of leaders in QIS

March 27, 2023

By Talullah Begaye Last year, some of the greatest powerhouses in Quantum Information Science (QIS) came together to advance research, education, work ... [Read More]

CSI part of groundbreaking whale study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)

February 28, 2023

A new study released in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), makes a significant discovery about the feeding habits of the Sout ... [Read More]

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]