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Longtime NMT Support Bill Macey Passes Away

Longtime NMT Support Bill Macey Passes Away

  Longtime NMT Support Bill Macey Passes Away   SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech is mourning the death of one of its most important and cherished supporters. Bill Macey, longtime be...

NMT Research Leads To New Definition of Lightning

NMT Research Leads To New Definition of Lightning

NMT Invention Leads To New Definition of Lightning SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech scientists have measured lightning strikes that have been declared the longest duration and the longest distance e...

Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics

Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics

Minschwaner Selected For Endowed Chair In Physics SOCORRO, N.M. – Dr. Kenneth Minschwaner has been selected to be the first-ever Marv Wilkening Endowed Professor in the Physics Department. Minschw...

NMT Lands $2.8 Million Grant For Atmospheric Field Project

NMT Lands $2.8 Million Grant For Atmospheric Field Project

Flying High to Study Ever-changing Weather NMT Lands $2.8 Million Grant For Atmospheric Field Project   SOCORRO, N.M. – New Mexico Tech physics researchers received $2.8 million in funding f...

NASA Highlights NMT Observatory Friday on Asteroid Day

NASA Highlights NMT Observatory Friday on Asteroid Day

NASA Highlights NMT Observatory Friday on Asteroid Day SOCORRO, N.M. – NASA’s special events for Asteroid Day will highlight New Mexico Tech’s Dr. Eileen Ryan and the work of the Magdalena Ridge Ob...