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Meet the Institute staff: the Desalination Program

Officially, Jim Loya is an Associate Research Engineer at the Institute for Energy & the Environment (IEE). However, his responsibilities extend far beyond what his title indicates. Loya has over 30 years of experience in analyzing, designing, planning, developing, coordinating, conducting/managing and evaluating educational and technical training and programs/projects within government and educational institutions. After…
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Student technology. Global Innovation.

Las Cruces, NM —  Nineteen student teams from 14 national and international universities will convene April 3-6 at the Las Cruces Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum to present their research and design solutions as part of the 21st International Environmental Design Contest. Hosted by New Mexico State University’s Institute for Energy & the Environment, the…
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Desalination research promises additional water supply

New Mexico State University researchers are chipping away at the secrets of a promising water desalination technology to use in rural communities. Graduate and post-graduate students from NMSU’s Chemical Engineering Department are cooperating on the project through the Institute for Energy & the Environment and WERC, a consortium for environmental education and technology development. Most…
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