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Rianne Trujillo, a student at New Mexico Highlands University, collaborated with a laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to develop an automated cough monitor that aims to alert parents of children afflicted with cystic fibrosis to a coughing spasm.

NM student works with MIT to create cough monitor

Device aims to alert parents of children with cystic fibrosis of a coughing spasm

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Angelica Bishop, a Rio Rancho High forensics student, collects “evidence” inside an RV at a staged crime scene on the school campus. A “woman,” which was really a dummy, was found lying dead outside the vehicle. Students must collect and evaluate evidence as well as interview witnesses to find the “killer” or “killers,” using skills they’ve learned in class. (Marla Brose/Albuquerque Journal)

CSI: Rio Rancho

An RV with a chemistry lab inside and a “dead body” outside with an apparent head wound greeted some 200 forensic students at Rio Rancho High Thursday morning.

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