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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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New Drug Delivery Technology Developed by Mercury Bio

New Drug Delivery Technology Developed by Mercury Bio The New Mexico biotech company Mercury Bio, formerly Spartina Biotechnologies, has produced a new patent-pending technology that will facilitate the delivery of both RNA therapeutics, and small-molecule drugs, to diseased cells that have been targeted. Due to the use of RNA in COVID vaccines, scientists are doing

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33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff A Success!

33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff A Success! The 2022/23 Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff was held  October 22-23, 2022 at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM. About 80 of the 169 registered participants were able to attend the 33rd Annual Kickoff in person. On Saturday, participating students attended the Keynote speech, various classes, and a pizza party

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Dr. Bette Korber Named Among Best Female Scientists In The World

Dr. Bette Korber Named Among Best Female Scientists In The World Dr. Bette Korber, a Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellow and New Mexico Consortium scientist, has been named one of the  “Best Female Scientists in the World 2022 Ranking” by Research.com. Korber’s primary areas of study are Virology, Virus, Genetics, Immunology and Epitope. Her research

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Upcoming Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff October 22, 2022

Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff Takes Place October 22, 2022 Hoonify Technologies Inc. and the Supercomputing Challenge are hosting the 33rd annual Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM on October 22nd. The Kickoff, which takes place at Room Workman 101 on Saturday, October 22nd at 6:30 PM, will begin with a keynote presentation

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Pebble Labs Testing New Technology To Protect Crops and Livestock

Pebble Labs Testing New Technology To Protect Crops and Livestock Pebble Labs Inc., a Los Alamos based company,  is planning on testing their Directed Biotics technology this spring which could assist in eliminating the use of pesticides in farming. This technology uses molecular biology to create specific RNA molecules in crops and livestock that protect

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Liz MacDonald Presents on Atmospheric Phenomena

Liz MacDonald Presents on Atmospheric Phenomena Dr. Liz MacDonald has been giving various presentations this fall on her research on the aurora borealis and the atmospheric phenomena known as STEVE. She was grateful for an invitation through collaboration with Indigenous Scholar and Aurorasaurus Ambassador Dr. Juan Carlos Chavez to attend Tipis and Telescopes 2022, held

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New Mexico Consortium Donates Tech Equipment to Local Schools

New Mexico Consortium Donates Tech Equipment to Local Schools The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) recently has donated equipment and tech supplies to local schools as part of an ongoing effort to advance science education and support local communities. Recycling outdated equipment that is still in good working condition also helps to reducing unnecessary waste. The

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