Big Idea Ventures Announced Their Investment in Prosel Biosciences

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Big Idea Ventures Announced Their Investment in Prosel Biosciences

Big Idea Ventures recently publicly announced their investment in Prosel Biosciences. Prosel was one of seventeen early-stage startups that were selected for pre-seed investment as part of Big Idea Ventures’ bi-annual accelerator program. The goal of Big Idea Ventures is to solve the world’s biggest challenges by supporting the world’s best entrepreneurs. They are a

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Garrett Kenyon Recently Featured In Science

Garrett Kenyon Recently Featured In Science Los Alamos National Laboratory and New Mexico Consortium scientist Garrett Kenyon was recently featured in the Science article “Learning Curve” by Robert F. Service. Much artificial intelligence in use today, such as Alexa’s voice recognition or credit card fraud detection, uses deep learning where the software learns by going

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Aurorasaurus Project Celebrates 10 Years!

Aurorasaurus Project Celebrates 10 Years! The Aurorasaurus Project is celebrating 10 years and is going strong! Aurorasaurus, led by Dr. Liz MacDonald, is the first citizen science project that aggregates sightings of the Northern and Southern Lights in order to improve real-time tracking and understanding of these beautiful phenomena. The Aurorasaurus project allows the public

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TMD Collaboration Meeting

2022 TMD Collaboration Meeting January 27-29, 2022 Santa Fe, New Mexico We are pleased to announce the 2022 TMD Collaboration Meeting, to be held in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico. The 2022 TMD Collaboration Meeting will be held January 27-29, 2022. The meeting is sponsored by the TMD Collaboration (The DOE Topical Collaboration for the

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TMD Collaboration Winter School

2022 TMD Collaboration Winter School We are pleased to announce the 2022 TMD Winter School will be held January 20-26, 2022 in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico. The 2022 TMD Winter School is sponsored by the TMD Collaboration (The DOE Topical Collaboration for the Coordinated Theoretical Approach to Transverse Momentum Dependent Hadron Structure in QCD),

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Pebble Labs Named Winner of Better Nutrition Category at World Food Forum

The World Food Forum (WFF), in partnership with Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC), recently held a 5-day WFF flagship event devoted to innovation. In the 2021 finalists for the WFF Startup Innovation Awards, Pebble Labs was named as the winner of the Better Nutrition Category! The startup finalists each pitched their ideas to a panel of

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Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program

Los Alamos National Laboratory will be hosting the annual Dr. G. Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program during the summer of 2022. The 8-week intensive program will take place from June 21 to August 12, 2022. This summer program is aimed for students interested in nuclear security science and nonproliferation. It will consist of hands-on

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Aurorasaurus Presents at Community and Citizen Science in the Far North Conference

The Aurorasaurus team recently presented at the Community and Citizen Science in the Far North Conference hosted by the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS). This conference took place Tuesday, 5 October 2021 to Thursday, 7 October 2021. This virtual conference focused on community and citizen science research in the Arctic, and was held in

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Spartina Biotechnologies creates technology to battle Covid-19

Spartina Biotechnologies, a Santa Fe company founded in 2015 by Paul Laur and Richard Sayre, is raising money for a platform designed to battle disease such as Covid-19 and other viruses. How does this platform work? Spartina Biotechnologies’ technology packages RNA, a type of genetic molecule, into exosomes, lipid vesicles shuttle proteins and genetic information

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Time for Students to Register for Supercomputing Challenge!

It is time to register for this year’s Supercomputing Challenge! The Supercomputing Challenge is a program for middle and high schools students to come up with a computational science project that they work on throughout the school year. This year is the 32nd Supercomputing Challenge! Interested students can register from September 1-30, 2021. The official

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