Spartina’s Anti-Viral Therapeutics Making the News

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Spartina’s Anti-Viral Therapeutics Making the News

Spartina Biotechnologies, a company supported by the New Mexico Consortium, has recently been highlighted in the news for their work developing a COVID-19 treatment. According to Dr. Richard Sayre, this treatment has been in development since March. It is not a vaccine, but a medication that blocks the ability of viruses to replicate and triggers

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NMC Supports University of New Mexico/LANL Drone Project

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) enables leadership in New Mexico in the area of Cyber-Physical Systems, by supporting a unique collaboration between Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the University of New Mexico (UNM). This collaboration is a project that uses enhanced drones which will be able to tap on surfaces and collect information on

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Congratulations Laura Brandt 2020 HSD Peer Award

The New Mexico Consortium wants to congratulate 2020 Heliophysics Science Division Peer Award winners. This NASA Goddard Flight Center Award given out each year is unique in that it is an award given to someone nominated by their peers who makes everyone’s work lives better. The Peer Awards ceremony held virtually this year was a

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Time to Register for 31st Supercomputing Challenge!

It is time to register for the 31st Supercomputing Challenge! This program is for middle school and high school students of northern New Mexico to work on a computational science project during the school year. This nationally recognized program promotes critical thinking and project-based learning in science and engineering, and is a a venue for

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UbiQD Featured As One of 15 Companies Selected by JTIP

UbiQD is featured as one of 15 companies supported in August by the Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP). The JTIP Board approved $2 million in support of 457 new jobs to be created in New Mexico. This funding supports new jobs at UbiQD, Inc., in Los Alamos as well as at 14 other companies in

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New Mexico Consortium Supports Expansion of UNM Engineering Program in Los Alamos

The New Mexico Consortium is helping support the expansion of a two-year pre-engineering program at the University of New Mexico Los Alamos campus (UNM-LA) to a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) program. This program is funded by Los Alamos National Laboratory. Now students will be able to complete their BS degree in Mechanical

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Lillian Petersen Wins Top Prize at Virtual Regeneron Science Talent Search 2020

Lillian Petersen, a Los Alamos High School Class of 2020 graduate, won the top prize in the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2020 contest with a $250,0000 award. The Regeneron Science Talent Search is  the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors. The competition took place virtually this year, in

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Students Register Now for NetLogo or Python Mesa Coding Classes

Students may register now for NetLogo or Python Mesa coding classes. As part of the Summer Science Institute (SSI) that was offered on July 16th, the Supercomputing Challenge is offering two types of free short courses: NetLogo and Python Mesa. Summer Science Institute students are encouraged to register today! NetLogo was designed for multiple audiences

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NMC Supports Student Researchers From All Over the Nation

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) supports various summer student programs every year with students coming from all over the nation. And this year is no different! In a typical summer the NMC has to make space for the flood of incoming students, all desk space cubicles are taken, and the parking lot fills to overflowing.

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