Using a Computer Model to Compare SARS-CoV-2, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV

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Using a Computer Model to Compare SARS-CoV-2, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV

Using a Computer Model to Compare SARS-CoV-2, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV   In a new publication, A quantitative model used to compare within host SARS-CoV-2, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV dynamics provides insights into the pathogenesis and treatment of SARS-CoV-2, author Alan Perelson and colleagues use a computer model to compare the SARS-CoV-2, MERS-CoV, and SARS-CoV viruses. Currently, scientists

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Alina Corcoran Publishes in Journal of Algal Research

Alina Corcoran, a New Mexico Consortium research scientist, and Ryan Hunt, the Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer at ALGIX | BLOOM, have recently published a new article in the Journal of Algal Research. Their paper titled “Capitalizing on Harmful Algae Blooms: from Problems to Products” has now been peer reviewed and is available online at

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Modeling COVID-19 and Other Infectious Diseases

Los Alamos National Laboratory and New Mexico Consortium affiliate scientist Alan S. Perelson, along with colleague Ruian Ke, have reviewed the literature on modeling COVID-19 and other infectious diseases. Recently, their review has been published as a paper titled, Mechanistic Modeling of SARS-CoV-2 and Other Infectious Diseases and the Effects of Therapeutics in Clinical Pharmacology

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Karen Rieck Presents at Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

Karen Rieck, a New Mexico Consortium research scientist and Los Alamos National Laboratory guest scientist, has presented her work at the 52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) held virtually from March 15–19, 2021. The Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) is recognized as the world’s premier planetary science conference, bringing together international specialists in

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Alan Perelson Publishes on Success of Prophylactic Antiviral Therapy for SARS-CoV-2

Alan Perelson, a LANL scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliated scientist, recently published his paper titled, Success of prophylactic antiviral therapy for SARS-CoV-2: Predicted critical efficacies and impact of different drug-specific mechanisms of action in PLoS Computational Biology. Currently, several repurposed drugs are being tested as a medication or as a preventative drug in order

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Correlating Damage, Fracture and Permeability in Rocks Subjected to High Strain Rate Loading

Esteban Rougier, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, has recently reported  on the work conducted under the Large University Project titled “Correlating Damage, Fracture and Permeability in Rocks subjected to High Strain Rate Loading”. This was a three year collaborative project between Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), via the Center

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The Dark and Stormy Archives Project

Martin Klein, a LANL Scientist in the Research Library at LANL and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, along with Shawn M Jones, a PhD student and Graduate Research Assistant at LANL have been working on a project titled “The Dark and Stormy Archives”.  The project is lead by their collaborators at Old Dominion University and is

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Martin Klein’s Internet Preservation Project on Developing Bloom Filters

Martin Klein, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, is working on an internet preservation project titled, “Developing Bloom Filters for Web Archives’ Holdings”. This project is an international collaboration with the National and University Library Zagreb, Croatia The ultimate goal of Klein’s project is to provide web archives with a

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Emma Goldberg Publishes Work on Species Extinctions in Evolution Journal

Emma Goldberg, a Los Alamos National Laboratory and  New Mexico Consortium scientist, has recently published her work “Heterogeneity in the rate of molecular sequence evolution substantially impacts the accuracy of detecting shifts in diversification rates” in the science journal Evolution. Lineage-splitting and extinctions in the tree of life have taken place often throughout the history

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Garrett Kenyon’s A.I. Research Featured in Scientific American

Garrett Kenyon, a physicist and neuroscientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, has his artificial intelligence (AI) research featured in Scientific American in an article titled Lack of Sleep Could Be a Problem for AIs. Machines such as a refrigerator do not need to sleep, but Kenyon’s research has found that

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