Dr. Moreu Leads Students on Summer STEM Event

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Dr. Moreu Leads Students on Summer STEM Event

This summer, middle and high school students from around New Mexico took part in a engineering and science field trip, hosted by UNM’s School of Engineering Summer Academy and thanks to a partnership between The University of New Mexico School of Engineering and the Federal Railway Administration (FRA). This event was part of a three-year

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Dr. Gupta Presented at UNM’s Alzheimer Disease Research Center

The University of New Mexico’s (UNM) Alzheimer Disease Research Center (ADRC) will be held a seminar featuring Dr. Goutam Gupta of the New Mexico Consortium which took place Thursday Aug 11, 2022 at 1pm. More than 10,000 researchers attended the conference to share the latest in Alzheimer’s and dementia science. Dr. Gupta presented on Neurological &

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Parallel Computing Summer Research Internship Presentation Day

Parallel Computing Summer Research Internship Presentation Day The Parallel Computing Summer Research Internship is having their Summer Internship Presentation Day on August 1, starting 03:15 pm at the Oppenheimer Study Center at Los Alamos National Laboratory. The Parallel Computing Summer Research Internship had a great group of a total of 12 students this year. This

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NMC Booth a Success at the Los Alamos 2022 Science Fest!

NMC Booth a Hit at the Los Alamos 2022 Science Fest! The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) booth at this year’s Los Alamos Science Fest was a big hit with families, kids, and curious adults. Steve Buelow and Carrie Talus, of the NMC  spent the day sharing information about the NMC, cool science facts, demonstrations using

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Upcoming Symposium on Synthetic Biology

2022 Symposium: Synthetic Biology The upcoming 2022 Symposium on Synthetic Biology will take place on July 12, 1-5pm ET via zoom. To learn more about this symposium and how to register please go to: www.lanl.gov/htt Attendees of the symposium will learn from six experts about how the field is evolving, transforming research and its implications. The

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Hjelm Speaks at Workshop on Scientific Need of Combined Neutrons and X-rays

Rex P. Hjelm, a New Mexico Consortium scientist, recently was invited to speak at the National Science Foundation Workshop on Scientific Need of Combined Neutrons and X-rays. This workshop was held in San Jose, California, 1-4 June 2022. Hjelm spoke as a subject matter expert on compact neutron and x-ray sources. He gave a presentation and

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Specifica Reaches Antibody Discovery Platform Transfer Agreement with Sanofi

Specifica, a privately held antibody engineering company focused on innovative in vitro antibody libraries and discovery tools, has reached an agreement with the global healthcare company Sanofi. In this agreement, Specifica’s Generation 3 Antibody Discovery Platform will be transferred to Sanofi. This will enable the integration of Specifica’s Gen 3 platform into Sanofi’s antibody discovery programs.

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Coming up in July: Aurorasaurus Hosts Group Discussions

Coming up in July: Aurorasaurus Hosts Group Discussions Aurorasaurus regularly hosts deep-dive virtual Journal Clubs in which they examine classic aurora articles and translate scientific language. The goal of these discussions is to help make aurora science more accessible to citizen scientists. This year Aurorasaurus plans to host reading of two articles. The first will

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Sandra Biedron Discusses Research Infrastructures

Dr Sandra Biedron, a Research Professor at the University of New Mexico and New Mexico Consortium (NMC) scientist, recently was highlighted in an article in The Innovation Platform titled, The power of research infrastructures – discovery and the human facet. This article discusses Dr. Biedron, her background and research interests, as well as particle accelerators,

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