NM EPSCoR researchers will help New Mexico transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy by improving the state's ability to use solar energy.
Join us for the first All Hands Meeting for the Energize New Mexico project! You can now view the draft agenda online. Register today!
The Geothermal Energy team will develop a statewide collaborative research program to develop geothermal energy as a viable and sustainable resource in New Mexico.
By investing in large- and small–scale facilities and critical instrumentation for algal cultivation and processing, NM EPSCoR researchers will address issues unique to the bio-algae industry in the desert southwest.
New Mexico EPSCoR is accepting applications for the STEM Faculty Summer Research Professional Development Program. Faculty members at any public (including Bureau of Indian Education) 2 or 4--‐year New Mexico institution of higher education that does not offer STEM PhD degree programs are eligible to apply.
NM EPSCoR brings together chemists, engineers, geologists and resource managers to better understand how New Mexico's uranium resources can be used sustainably with minimal impacts on water, ecosystems, and human health.
Energize New Mexico
New Mexico's Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (NM EPSCoR) is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to build the state's capacity to conduct scientific research. Faculty and students from NM universities and colleges are working to realize New Mexico's potential for sustainable energy development. NM EPSCoR is also cultivating a well-qualified Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce and supporting a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Date: May 2, 2014, 5:00 pm
Location: Send applications to Dana.McArthur@sfcc.edu
Date: May 16, 2014, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Location: Whitfield Wildlife Conservation Area, Belen