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Relativistic Electrons Revealed with NASA's Van Allen Probes
The Earth’s radiation belts are two doughnut-shaped regions of charged particles that encircle the Earth. Although discovered over 50 years ago we are still learning new information about them. New observations from NASA’s Van Allen Probes mission have recently shown that the fastest, most energetic electrons in the inner radiation belt are not present all the time like scientists though. By...
Book Announcement: Theoretical Foundations for Quantitative Finance
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Gennady P. Berman of the New Mexico Consortium and Los Alamos National Laboratory along with Dr. Luca Spadafora of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy have published a new book titled, Theoretical Foundations for Quantitative Finance. This book is for students and researchers in the fields of quantitative finance, risk management and...
Los Alamos Start Up Increases Immunity
A big problem with antibiotics being so effective and widely used is that the infectious organisms they were designed to kill have developed immunities that increase their resistance. Goutam Gupta, a molecular biophysicist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and researchers in his lab are working on a solution to this problem. Gupta has launched a new biotechnology startup, Innate Immunity,...
Los Alamos Quantum Dot Technology - the Next Big Thing?
Could quantum dots be the next bit thing in solar technology? The Los Alamos Quantum Dots Factory lead by Dr. Hunter MacDonald are on the cusp of turning this nanotechnology into the newest method of clean electricity. Dr. MacDonald and his team of scientists are working on quantum dot technology that turns windows into soar panels. If this technology is paplied to windows everywhere it could...
Aurorasaurus on Xploration Outer Space
Elizabeth MacDonald, a space scientist for the Goddard Space Flight Center and the New Mexico Consortium, has been featured on a TV show for kids called Xploration Outer Space, talking about the Aurorasaurus Project. The show featuring Auroraurus originally aired September 10, 2016. This STEM TV Show is produced and hosted by Emily Calendrelli, and is one show within a four show science...
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