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Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away

Former Regent Steve Torres Passes Away

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Longtime NMT Supporter Bill Macey Passes Away

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NMT Research Leads To New Definition of Lightning

NMT Research Leads To New Definition of Lightning

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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

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