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9 February 2019
Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Broadcast TV News
When it comes to meteorology, citizen science can be a powerful resource. In New Mexico and neighboring states, volunteers are collecting data that helps researchers and state agencies map rainfall patterns. Through C...
12 April 2018
Melrose, New Mexico, United States
In many states, schools are now required to offer computer science curriculum. But in New Mexico, particularly in rural towns, there are few resources in place to expose students to the growing field. In Melrose, a to...
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