Supercomputing Challenge Announces Top Projects for 2023-2024 Year

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Supercomputing Challenge Announces Top Projects for 2023-2024 Year

Supercomputing Challenge Announces Top Projects for 2023-2024 Year The Supercomputing Challenge is an exciting academic year-long marathon open to middle and high school students where they work together in teams to tackle complex issues using science, technology, engineering, and math, while also improving their writing and presentation skills. This year’s 34th Supercomputing Challenge just came

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Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald On 2024 Eclipse and Helio Big Year Presentation

Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald Involved with 2024 Eclipse and Helio Big Year Presentation For the April 8, 2024 eclipse, Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the New Mexico Consortium, traveled to a ranch outside Austin, Texas where she gave an evening pre-eclipse presentation, and before and during the eclipse presented educational and

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Supercomputing Challenge Mid-year Project Evaluations in February

Supercomputing Challenge Mid-year Project Evaluations in February This year is the 34th year of the Supercomputing Challenge, with 40 teams of middle and high school students across the state of New Mexico participating. In the Supercomputing Challenge, students work together in teams to tackle complex issues using science, technology, engineering, and math, while also improving

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Time to Register for the 2024 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women

Time to Register for the 2024 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women It is time to register for the 8th annual 2024 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women, which offers a unique opportunity for students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with STEM professionals, including women scientists and researchers from Los

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Lynda Spencer – A True Hero Transforming Education in New Mexico

Lynda Spencer – A True Hero Transforming Education in New Mexico Every year, the New Mexico Magazine and the New Mexico Tourism Department honor 10 exceptional True Heroes who have gone the extra mile to serve their communities.  Principal Lynda Spencer and Blanco Elementary School, as a member of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

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NMC Makes Waves at Los Alamos Science Fest! 

NMC Makes Waves at Los Alamos Science Fest!  The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) booth at the Los Alamos Science Fest‘s Discovery Day made waves by featuring both a wave machine and a sunspot viewer to get the public excited about science! Both of these devices were a huge hit with kids and families attending the

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The 7th Annual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women a Resounding Success!

The 7th Annual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women a Resounding Success! The 7th Summer Physics Camp for Young Women was successfully held in person again from June 5th  to 16th at the New Mexico School for the Arts in Santa Fe, NM. This year’s camp was dedicated to the topic of Energy Security and was made possible thanks to the strong

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Applications being Accepted for 2023 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women

Applications are now being accepted for the 7th annual 2023 Summer Physics Camp for Young Women This 2 week long summer Physics camp will take place from June 5- 16, 2023 at the New Mexico School for the Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The camp offers a unique opportunity for young women (including transgender

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33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff A Success!

33rd Annual Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff A Success! The 2022/23 Supercomputing Challenge Kickoff was held  October 22-23, 2022 at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM. About 80 of the 169 registered participants were able to attend the 33rd Annual Kickoff in person. On Saturday, participating students attended the Keynote speech, various classes, and a pizza party

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New Mexico Consortium Donates Tech Equipment to Local Schools

New Mexico Consortium Donates Tech Equipment to Local Schools The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) recently has donated equipment and tech supplies to local schools as part of an ongoing effort to advance science education and support local communities. Recycling outdated equipment that is still in good working condition also helps to reducing unnecessary waste. The

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