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The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) is non-profit corporation formed by three New Mexico universities in order to facilitate research in the state of New Mexico, and specifically to increase research collaborations between universities, industry and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).
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NMC NEWS

Aurorasaurus Connects with Schools – Outreach with 4th Graders

The Aurorasaurus team spent time this last month connecting with schools and and answering questions with a group of 4th graders from Manitoba. It is important for scientists to share their love of science and expertise with the public, teachers and kids. Sharing their research topic really sparks curiosity! Aurorasaurus received some great questions from
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Liz MacDonald Featured in Global Women in Science

Congratulations to Dr. Liz MacDonald for being featured in Global Women in Science! Dr. MacDonald, a NASA Goddard Space Center Flight Center scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, has been studying the northern lights or aurora for almost 25 years! Throughout her career as a physicist, she has been passionate about citizen science and outreach
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Richard Sayre Consulting Services Announces They Are Now Public

The biotechnology consulting service, Richard Sayre Consulting has announced that they are now going public. This company started by Dr. Richard Sayre in 2016 who has more than 30 years of extensive experience in biotechnology. Dr. Sayre has consulted with international clients on a variety of biotechnology research projects and has provided consulting services for
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Correlating Damage, Fracture and Permeability in Rocks Subjected to High Strain Rate Loading

Esteban Rougier, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, has recently reported  on the work conducted under the Large University Project titled “Correlating Damage, Fracture and Permeability in Rocks subjected to High Strain Rate Loading”. This was a three year collaborative project between Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), via the Center
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The Dark and Stormy Archives Project

Martin Klein, a LANL Scientist in the Research Library at LANL and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, along with Shawn M Jones, a PhD student and Graduate Research Assistant at LANL have been working on a project titled “The Dark and Stormy Archives”.  The project is lead by their collaborators at Old Dominion University and is
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Martin Klein’s Internet Preservation Project on Developing Bloom Filters

Martin Klein, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, is working on an internet preservation project titled, “Developing Bloom Filters for Web Archives’ Holdings”. This project is an international collaboration with the National and University Library Zagreb, Croatia The ultimate goal of Klein’s project is to provide web archives with a
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