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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

New Publication on Auroral-like Phenomenon in AGU Advances

There has been a new publication on the structures of an auroral-like phenomenon, named STEVE, and discovered by the Aurorasaurus team along with collaboration from many aurora-chasers. Dr. Elizabeth Macdonald, a NASA Goddard Space Flight Center scientist who works in collaboration with the New Mexico Consortium, along with colleagues, recently published her work, The Mysterious
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Congratulations To All Students Who Completed Supercomputing Challenge!

Congratulations to all the students who completed the 2020/2021 Supercomputing Challenge! The Supercomputing Challenge is a program for middle, and high schools students to come up with a computational science project and work on it all year long. This year’s Supercomputing Challenge, with the theme “Changing the World One Line of Code at a Time”,
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UbiQD Featured in Bloomberg Businessweek

UbiQD, Inc. is featured in Bloomberg Businessweek in an article titled, “How to Grow Better Lettuce…In Space” by Larissa Zimberloff. UbiQD and the University of Arizona conducted a NASA-funded study to look at whether UbiQD’s quantum dot films could greatly improve the growing outcome of crops grown in space. For this project, they created a
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

UNM Scientists Develop A More Accessible Sensor

The Smart Management of Infrastructure Laboratory (SMILab), located at the University of New Mexico (UNM) Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC), has announced that as a part of the Low-Cost Efficient Wireless Intelligent Sensors (LEWIS) project, the have developed a new strain sensor called the LEWIS-S. What are strain sensors? They are sensors used to
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New Publication on Antibody Library Diversity

Specifica scientists, Frank Erasmus, Sara D’Angelo, Fortunato Ferrara, Leslie Naranjo, and Andrew Bradbury along with New Mexico Consortium scientist, André A. Teixeira have recently put out a new publication on antibody library diversity in a paper titled, A single donor is sufficient to produce a highly functional in vitro antibody library, in Communications Biology. The
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NMC Scientists Publish in Journal of Geophysical Research

Alisha Vira, a student scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, along with colleagues Brian Larsen, Ruth Skoug, and Philip Fernandes, recently published their work, Bayesian Model for HOPE Mass Spectrometers on Van Allen Probes, in the Journal of Geophysical Research. The ion composition and time variation of space plasmas are important to understand as it
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