NMC Welcomes New Aurorasaurus Project Manager

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NMC Welcomes New Aurorasaurus Project Manager

The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) welcomes new Aurorasaurus project manager Laura Brandt. The STEVE/Aurorasaurus project, led by Liz MacDonald, studies the northern lights or aurora borealis by gathering information through aurora related tweets and observations reported via the Aurorasaurus website or app. The research team uses this verified citizen scientist gathered data by comparing their

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NMC Displays Exhibit at SC’19

This November 17 – 19, 2019, the NMC shares a booth with the University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University, and Oklahoma University at the SC’19 Conference. This international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis is held this year at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO. At the exhibition booth,

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Los Alamos Summer School Opportunities 2020

National Security Education Center (NSEC) and other Los Alamos National Laboratory summer schools for 2020 include the following list below. Deadlines for summer school 2020 opportunities start as early as December 1, 2019. Please take a look and apply by clicking on the website of the summer school you are interested in: Supercomputer Institute The

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Pebble Labs Returns Couple to New Mexico

Oct 30, 2019 – Pebble Labs, a New Mexico Consortium start-up company, returns a scientist couple to New Mexico. The recent Los Alamos Reporter article, Pebble Labs Jobs Gave Couple The Chance To Return Home to New Mexico, is an interview of biotech company Pebble Labs scientists Ashley DeAguero and Joseph DeAguero. Ashley and Joseph

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NMC Plans New Development in Los Alamos

October 23, 2019 – The NMC plans a new development in Los Alamos. When Pebble Labs, a Los Alamos based start-up company, began outgrowing their incubator space at the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) Biological Laboratory, NMC CEO Steve Buelow decided the best option to keep them in Los Alamos was to sell them the building.

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Rex Hjelm Presented Research at NMSU

Friday October 4, 2019, Los Alamos National Laboratory and New Mexico Consortium scientist Rex P. Hjelm presented his research for the Graduate Seminar Series of the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, New Mexico State University (NMSU), in an invited talk entitled, “Soft Matter Materials Physics by Neutron Scattering Techniques and Applications to Device Engineering”.

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Harshini Mukundan Selected AAAS IF/THEN Ambassador

Congratulations to LANL Bioscientist and NMC Affiliate Harshini Mukundan who has been selected as one of 125 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) IF/THEN Ambassadors. The IF/THEN initiative seeks to further the education and careers of young women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Ambassadors such as Harshini Mukundan are exceptional

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Senator Udall Visits NMC Biolab/Pebble Labs

Wednesday September 4, 2019, Senator Tom Udall visits the NMC. Udall spent the day visiting two successful New Mexico Consortium (NMC) Tech Transfer sites, and engaged in discussions of successful start-up research companies in Northern New Mexico. After a site visit to UbiQD, Senator Udall spent time meeting with scientists and leaders at the New

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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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