NMSU’s Dr. Garcia Carrillo Tests Neuromorphic Computing For Robotic Systems

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NMSU’s Dr. Garcia Carrillo Tests Neuromorphic Computing For Robotic Systems

New Mexico State University (NMSU) professor Dr. Luis Rodolfo Garcia Carrillo is testing neuromorphic computing in order to improve robotic systems. Neuromorphic computing is a type of computer engineering that strives to create computers that operate based on the systems found in the human brain and the nervous system. By mimicking the human brain and

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Aurorasaurus Project Featured in NASA Earth Observatory Article

The Aurorasarus project was recently featured in a NASA Earth Observatory article titled Brilliant Borealis. This article states that at 2:20 a.m. Central Daylight Time on February 4, 2022, the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi NPP satellite took the above  image of the aurora borealis over central Canada and Hudson Bay. These auroras

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Upcoming Summer Physics Camp for Young Women 2022!

The 6th annual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women in New Mexico offers a unique opportunity for young women to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Held virtually this year, this two week long camp will offer high school students from all over New Mexico a chance to boost their understanding of how

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Specifica Announces Publication of Two Peer-Reviewed Articles

Specifica Inc., announced the publication of two peer-reviewed articles describing its Generation 3 Antibody Discovery Platform. Specifica is a privately held antibody engineering company that has created a new cloud based software platform giving researchers and companies access to an innovative antibody library and discovery tools.  This platform will empower companies to more rapidly create

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Harshini Mukundan Elected as AAAS Fellow

Harshini Mukundan, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist, adjunct professor at the University of New Mexico and affiliate scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, has been elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). In order of being elected as an AAAS fellow is bestowed upon AAAS members by

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Scientists Work to Understand and Predict What the Virus Will Do Next

Scientists work to understand and predict what the virus will do next. Will this pandemic ever end? How will the virus continue to mutate? In this article scientists talk about different scenarios and possibilities. The COVID-19 omicron variant could possibly morph into the ideal virus that is highly transmissible, but tamed by vaccines. However, scientists

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Richard Sayre Elected to National Academy of Inventors

Dr. Richard Sayre, a New Mexico Consortium Chief Scientist, has just been elected to the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). In 2021, the NAI has elected 164 academic innovators from all over the world to NAI Fellow status. The NAI Fellows Program is a distinction that calls attention to academic inventors that have demonstrated a

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Specifica and OpenEye Scientific Announce Release of New Software

Specifica, Inc. and OpenEye Scientific recently announced their release of a new software they have developed to assist antibody engineers and bioinformaticians at pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. This software identifies diverse antibody sets which will help advance the development of new therapeutics. OpenEye’s Orion® Antibody Discovery Suite, which exclusively includes AbXtract™, is an antibody discovery

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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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