Bette Korber To Speak at Center For AIDS Research Seminar

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Bette Korber To Speak at Center For AIDS Research Seminar

Los Alamos National Laboratory Scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate Bette Korber will attend the Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Seminar Series as the keynote speaker where she will present on “Emerging genetic diversity among SARS-CoV-2 viruses during the 2020 pandemic”. This seminar will be held this Wednesday, December 2, 2020 – 9:00 am PST.

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Improving Natural Gas Production in Shale

Los Alamos National Laboratory highlights a new hydrocarbon study in their online Science News report that reports new methods for improving natural gas production in shale. This study titled Reduced methane recovery at high pressure due to methane trapping in shale nanopores, has been published in Nature’s new Communications Earth & Environment journal. Most of the natural

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NMC Postdoc Ahlem Jebali Specializes In Algal Biotechnology

Ahlem Jebali, a postdoctoral research scientist at the New Mexico Consortium (NMC) who specializes in algal biotechnology, is currently working on the Optimizing Selection Pressures and Pest Management to Maximize Algal Biomass Yield (OSPREY) project. Ahlem received her PhD in Biology Engineering completing a joint supervised thesis between the University of Sfax (National Engineering School

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Innate Immunity Announces Expansion to Fort Collins, CO

The biotechnology company Innate Immunity, currently based at the New Mexico Consortium in Los Alamos, NM, has announced their expansion to Fort Collins, Colorado. This 4 year old start-up will now operate out of laboratory and office space in the Innosphere Ventures building in Fort Collins, Colorado. This move will ease their collaboration with Colorado

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UbiQD Accepting Applications For 2nd Phase of UbiGro Pilot Program

UbiQD, a New Mexico based company established in 2014, is now starting the second phase of their pilot UbiGro greenhouse film program. They are accepting applications from greenhouses across the world to participate! The  greenhouses chosen to participate will be provided with UbiGro luminescent greenhouse film to be used in a year-long trial. After this

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Apply Now for the Dr. G. Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in nuclear security science and nonproliferation? Apply now for the 5th annual Dr. G. Robert Keepin Nonproliferation Science Summer Program, hosted by Los Alamos National Laboratory. This 8-week intensive program will be held from June 21 – August 13, 2021, and will consist of hands-on training, complete with seminars

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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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