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THE NEW MEXICO CONSORTIUM

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).
The New Mexico Consortium is committed to the health and safety of our research and administrative staff. We continue normal operations working remotely and by adhering to Governor Lujan Grisham’s work restriction policies. For the latest coronavirus information, please monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) webpage.

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NMC NEWS

Apply Now to the Dr. G. Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program

Apply Now to the Dr. G. Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program Los Alamos National Laboratory will be hosting its annual Dr. G. Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program during the summer of 2023. The 8-week intensive schedule will consist of hands-on training, complete with seminars and tours as well as a research internship. This program
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Aurora Science Events for All Ages

Aurora Science Events for All Ages Aurorasaurus is hosting various Aurora science events for all ages. What is Aurorasaurus? It is a worldwide citizen scientist project that has contributed research and discoveries to aurora science. Aurorasaurus is a community effort, only possible through the contributions of thousands of citizen scientists, scientific experts, team members and
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Dr. Anna Llobet Leads Annual Physics Camp To Empower Young Women

Dr. Anna Llobet Leads Annual Physics Camp To Empower Young Women Since 2016, Dr. Anna Llobet, a LANL scientist, has lead the annual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women with the help of many volunteers. This camp came to be when Llobet and a group of others were thinking of how to increase the number
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NMC RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

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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Feiyu Li Presents On Hybrid Simulation Tool for Studying Laboratory Alfvén Waves

Feiyu Li Presents On Hybrid Simulation Tool for Studying Laboratory Alfvén Waves New Mexico Consortium scientist Feiyu Li recently gave a presentation on Alfven wave physics at the 64th Annual Meeting of APS Division of Plasma Physics held October 17-21, 2022 in Spokane, Washington. Alfven waves are of fundamental importance in space science, and they
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Tom Terwilliger and Colleagues Show How to Include Implicit Experimental Information in AlphaFold Predictions

Tom Terwilliger and Colleagues Show How to Include Implicit Experimental Information in AlphaFold Predictions Tom Terwilliger, a scientist with Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, recently published his research showing how to include implicit experimental information in AlphaFold predictions in Nature Methods. This work, titled Improved AlphaFold modeling with implicit experimental information, was
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