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Arrowhead program to support agricultural innovation

By Adriana M. Chavez – Reporter, Las Cruces Sun-News Feb. 1, 2017, 3:05 p.m. MT   LAS CRUCES - A new program by New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is offering help to those looking to develop innovative ideas related to agricultural technology. The...

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Studio G Casts Students Into the Future

Many students at New Mexico State University have a passion for entrepreneurship, a passion that is recognized by Studio G, NMSU’s free resource to students and recent alumni that helps individuals start their own business. Studio G is offered by NMSU’s Arrowhead...

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NMSU Grant Expands Student Business Accelerator to Four Corners

Judy Castleberry, director of the Small Business Development Center at San Juan College, speaks during an interview about Studio G on Thursday in the San Juan College Quality Center for Business in Farmington. (Photo: Jon Austria/The Daily Times) FARMINGTON — San Juan...

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Arrowhead’s Big Year is Good News for Entrepreneurs

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center Inc. immensely ramped up its support services for existing and aspiring entrepreneurs this year. The center, which manages NMSU’s technology transfer and commercialization programs, launched four...

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NMSU introduces its next niche accelerator

By May Ortega  –  Reporter, Albuquerque Business First Nov 1, 2017, 7:21am   The health and bioscience industries are gaining traction in New Mexico. New Mexico State University has added to that by introducing a new specialized accelerator. HealthSprint, run...

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Sharks bite at data security idea during Aggies Shark Tank

LAS CRUCES – As the fifth and final presenter, Robert Herrera, co-founder and CEO of Hatch, was able to get a couple of sharks to bite, accepting a deal that would invest up to $200,000 in his company. “Today we live in an interconnected world that none of us are...

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