NMC Supports Parallel Computing Student Internships

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NMC Supports Parallel Computing Student Internships

The NMC supports Parallel Computing Student Internships. The LANL Parallel Computing Summer Research Internship program started four years ago. This internship is an intense 10-week program aimed at providing students with a solid foundation in modern high performance computing (HPC) topics integrated with research on real problems encountered in large-scale scientific codes. This 10-week summer

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FIRETEC Model Will Assist with Prescribed Burns

The FIRETEC model will assist with prescribed burns. For many years we mistakenly thought to keep wildfires out of our forests. Today, wildfires are becoming more common because many forest areas in the United States have not known the presence of regular fires. When fires are allowed to sweep over a forest regularly, they are

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NMSU Professor, Martha Mitchell, Named McDonald Mentor

Martha Mitchell is named the 2019 McDonald Mentor. Tau Beta Pi, The Engineering Honor Society, has named Marth C. Mitchell, PhD, its 14th McDonald Mentor. The award celebrates excellence in mentoring and advising among Tau Beta Pi educators and engineers who consistently support the personal and professional development of their students and colleagues. Established in

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NMC Booth at Los Alamos Science Fest

On Saturday, July 13, 2019, the NMC staffed a booth at the Los Alamos Science Fest. The New Mexico Consortium’s (NMC) booth at the Los Alamos Science Fest’s Discovery Day featured information on the NMC and what we do, our economic partners, and science research projects. Discovery Day was held from 10am – 3pm Saturday

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NMC Hosts Press Conference for NM Governor

Los Alamos, NM, July 10, 2019 – NMC Hosts Press Conference for NM Governor. One of the biotechnology companies the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) has supported since 2017, Pebble Labs USA, Inc., held a press conference yesterday with New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham at the NMC’s Biological Research Laboratory and Greenhouse. Together, the start-up

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STEVE/Aurorasaurus Recipient of NASA Award

STEVE/Aurorasaurus is the recipient of a NASA Award. Congratulations to Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald and the STEVE/Aurorasaurus team for being the NASA Agency Honor Award recipient of the Group Achievement Award. This prestigious NASA certificate is awarded to any combination of Government and/or non-Government individuals for an outstanding group accomplishment that has contributed substantially to NASA’s

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Pebble Labs Development Approved by LA City Council

Pebble Labs development approved by LA City Council:  The Los Alamos City Council  approved two ordinances Tuesday June 11, 2019. The ordinances are to support Pebble Labs under the Local Economic Development Act (LEDA) and the issuance of an industrial revenue bond to help finance the project. The Act allows local governments to enter into

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Understanding Biology Through Structure 2020

Understanding Biology Through Structure We regret that we had to cancel Understanding Biology through Structure 2020 and all associated workshops due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Click here for the Symposium Website The Understanding Biology through Structure symposium, designed to bring together junior and senior scientists, will feature recent advances in structural biology including technology development,

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Santa Fe High School Students Tour NMC Biolab

Students tour the NMC biolab. A group of 9 high school students and two adults, Mary Lynn Collins and Catherine Pruitt from Santa Fe Teen Homeschoolers, toured the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) Biological Laboratory on Tuesday June 4, 2019. The tour was given by Cynthia Sackos, the NMC Greenhouse Manager and Biotechnologist. The NMC Biological

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NMC Hosts Students from Seminole State College

The NMC hosts students from Seminole State College. On May 2, 2019, faculty members Dr. Debra Socci and Dr. Deborah Barr, along with 11 students from Seminole State College of Florida, visited New Mexico as part of a Travel Studies in Biology: Women in Science course. This experiential learning course was designed to expose female

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