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2013 Design Contest a Success

WERC’s Environmental Design Contest is a unique event that brings together industry, government and academia in the search for improved environmental solutions. The event was successfully carried out for the 23rd time in 2013. During this competition, students were given the opportunity to choose a challenge from four different tasks related to different environmental issues….
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Playing tough on hard water

In the state of New Mexico, scrubbing traces of hard water from faucets, drains, and dishes is a familiar experience. Fortunately, there are multiple treatments and technologies available to prevent the build-up of unwanted minerals. The trouble occurs when trying to select the best product or technology to do so. Enter chemical engineering students Keith…
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Lights, camera, action: documenting IEE

Related News Meet IEE’s senior program coordinator Meet Ryle Yazzie, the video editor for the Institute for Energy & the Environment (IEE). Ryle assembles, shoots, and edits footage of IEE programs and events. Practically a one-man crew, Ryle studies digital filmmaking as a Creative Media major at New Mexico State University’s main campus. The video…
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