Chihuahuan Frontier
Juarez City of Knowledge materializing
Sunday, 13 March 2011 12:10

city_fnA sprawling complex housing seven higher education institutions in Ciudad Juarez officially opened last week. About 1,460 students are already attending classes there

Hawker Beechcraft opens Chihuahua plant
Sunday, 27 February 2011 12:21

hawker_logoThe aircraft manufacturer will do sheet metal and electrical assembly for its King Air and Hawker products in its new facility. Chihuahua's High Technology Training Center key in expansion decision

Chihuahua State resumes wine production
Monday, 17 January 2011 15:40

wine_fnAfter more than 70 years of quitting winemaking, Chihuahuan entrepreneurs are exploring grape varieties and lands best suited for viticulture

Juarez foreign residents hold annual fest
Monday, 20 December 2010 22:30

nations2010_fnEach year immigrants get together to share cultural traditions in the Juarez Festival of Nations. Nationals from 60 countries live and work in Chihuahua

Chihuahuan-made engine for the Mastretta
Sunday, 21 November 2010 12:39

mastretta_fnThe first Mexican sports car is powered by a 2-liter, 250-horsepower Duratec engine made in Ford's Chihuahua City engine plant

Kaman Aerospace opens Chihuahuan plant
Thursday, 11 November 2010 10:23

kaman_fnThe aerostructures manufacturer's first plant in Mexico will make extrusions and sheet metal detailing. Chihuahua's infrastructure and technical school, key in Kaman's decision

Chihuahua holds bull-riding, cowboy fest
Sunday, 05 September 2010 20:30

festivalcountry2010_fnBull riders from five countries compete in PBR Chihuahua Challenge 100. Barrel racing, a cowgirl beauty pageant and street country dancing complete the show. Danni Leigh performs for the Chihuahua City audience.

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Naica Crystals

A journey to the heart of Chihuahua State, by National Geographic. The Naica mine, in Southern Chihuahua, yielded a secret of utmost beauty.

  • Juarez country music
  • Robo-Ed
  • Universiada
  • Bison crossing
  • Chihuahua State
  • Cenaltec
  • Mechatronics
  • Stellet Licht

Ocho Segundos, country band from Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua

A "writing robot" prototype created by students using Chihuahuan company Robo-Ed's hardware

Universidad Autonoma de Chihuahua will host Universiada 2010

Bison reconquer their ancestral range in Northern Chihuahua. They are protected and free to roam.

Views of the Samalayuca Desert and the Copper Canyon in Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua

Cenaltec trains technicians for Chihuahua's aerospace and automotive industries.

Students at Universidad Tecnologica de Ciudad Juarez program a cartesian robot for accreditation.

A trailer of Stellet Licht, a Carlos Reygadas film. The Mennonite fields of Chihuahua were used as location for the movie.

This is our State

Chihuahua Facts
chihuahua_factsGet over stereotypes! There is a couple of things you'd want know about the largest state of Mexico
Aerospace Industry

aerospaceChihuahua is developing an aerospace cluster. Our universities are training aerospace engineers and technicians right now.


memsWe are developing micro-electromechanical systems at the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juarez. Many national and international companies with operations in the State are potential beneficiaries of our projects.


archaeologyThe most important archaeological site of Northern Mexico is located in the State of Chihuahua, at Paquimé

Concorde Museum

concordeIn Juarez, just across from El Paso, Texas, there is a museum with original parts of the great supersonic passenger jet