The New Mexico Consortium

The New Mexico Consortium

Scientific Research Collaboration

THE NEW MEXICO CONSORTIUM

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) is a 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). Science is increasingly collaborative; tackling problems at a large scale requires cross-institutional, cross-disciplinary teams. The NMC strives to increase research collaborations, support scientists, and encourage scientific start-up company development in New Mexico.

NMC RESEARCH

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The NMC is committed to supporting high-quality scientific research. Research at the NMC includes:

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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EDUCATION & OUTREACH

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NMC NEWS

Los Alamos District Science Fair Announces Results

Los Alamos District Science Fair Announces Results LAPS News Release More than 65 projects were on display as students from elementary, middle and high school participated in the 2023 Los Alamos County Science Fair this past weekend. Thirty-two students qualified for the 2023 Northeastern New Mexico Regional Science Fair which will be hosted by New
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Caltech’s Distinguished Alumni Awards recognize Bette Korber

Caltech’s Distinguished Alumni Awards recognize Bette Korber Caltech’s annual Distinguished Alumni Awards recognize Los Alamos National Laboratory and New Mexico Consortium scientist Bette Korber. These awards acknowledge “a particular achievement of noteworthy value, a series of such achievements, or a career of noteworthy accomplishment.” Bette Korber, who received her PhD in Chemistry in 1988 from
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Aurorasaurus Presents at AGU!

Aurorasaurus Presents at AGU! At the December 2022 American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting, Aurorasaurus scientists, citizen scientists, and students are out in force to present their research findings. Presentations for Monday December 12th include Persistent, Energetic Pulsating Aurora Observed During the LAMP Sounding Rocket Mission Launch Window by Allison Jaynes et al and Modeling CME
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

A Platform Non-GMO Technology for the Bacterial Diseases in Plants of Economic Importance

A Platform Non-GMO Technology for the Bacterial Diseases in Plants of Economic Importance Recently a publication, title: “Host-derived chimeric peptides clear the causative bacteria and augment host innate immunity during infection: A case study of HLB in citrus and fire blight in apple ”, appeared in the journal of Frontiers in Plant Science. This work was
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Zhaoming Gan Presented his Work at AGU Fall Meeting

Zhaoming Gan Presented his Work at AGU Fall Meeting Zhaoming Gan, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, recently attended the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting where he presented his work on, The Near-Sun Turbulence Mediated by Parametric Decaying Instability of Alfvén Waves. AGU, a meeting dedicated to the advancement of Earth and space
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Ahlem Jebali Presents at 2022 Algal Biomass Summit

Ahlem Jebali Presents at 2022 Algal Biomass Summit Ahlem Jebali, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, recently presented her work at the 2022 Algal Biomass Summit. The Algal Biomass Summit is an all virtual conference that took place October 2-28, 2022. This world’s largest algal event is where commercial leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, policymakers, investors,
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