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NMSU Aerospace engineering senior Sam Pedrotty talks about the new model rocket he designed and developed and how he is partnering with Mayfield High School to teach students about rocketry.
New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center has named its 2014 Launch competition grant winners from the university.
The NMSU faculty members selected to participate in technology commercialization through the Launch proof of concept program will receive mentoring, market analyses, demonstration-validation services, access to investment networks and up to $25,000 in cash investment in their technology. This support allows campus inventors to work on technology development while exploring commercial markets for the products of their research.
New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers, College of Engineering Dean Ricardo B. Jacquez and Intel New Mexico Corporate Services Site Manager Brian Rashap met at NMSU's College of Engineering this week for the grand opening of the Aggie Innovation Space Presented by Intel Corporation.
Carruthers, Jacquez and Rashap signed a memorandum of understanding at the official grand opening of the Aggie Innovation Space in the Ed and Harold Foreman Engineering Complex.
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The newest way of getting good deals from Las Cruces merchants is already receiving some buzz after the weekend launch of text message deal finder OneEighty.
The concept was created locally at the Arrowhead Center after the developers saw the need for consumers and merchants with some discount apps neglecting the Las Cruces market.
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Arrowhead Technology Incubator hosted the fifth annual StartupBus Seattle tour when it made a stop in Las Cruces on Tuesday, March 4.
StartupBus organizes the most intense startup “hackathon” in the world, where top entrepreneurs from all around North America compete to build the next generation of technology companies over the course of a 3-day bus ride.