Postdoc Orlando Schwery Presents at Entomology Annual Meeting

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Postdoc Orlando Schwery Presents at Entomology Annual Meeting

Postdoc Orlando Schwery Presents at Entomology Annual Meeting Orlando Schwery, a Postdoc in Emma Goldberg’s Lab at the New Mexico Consortium and Visiting Scholar at the University of Idaho, recently presented his work at the 2021 Entomology Annual Meeting which was held in Denver, CO from October 31-November 3, 2021. The Entomological Society of America

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Perelson Studies Effects of Antiviral Drugs on COVID-19

Alan S. Perelson, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, and colleagues recently published their work, Detection of significant antiviral drug effects on COVID-19 with reasonable sample sizes in randomized controlled trials: A modeling study in PLOS. It is a global health priority to develop an effective antiviral drug for the

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NMC Highlights PhD Student Stephanie Getto

NMC Student Highlight: PhD Student Stephanie Getto Stephanie Getto is a first year PhD student at New Mexico State University, in the Molecular Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences program. She is currently in the beginning stages of developing research questions relevant to her field and is under the mentorship of Dr. Alina Corcoran. Stephanie assists

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SMILab Presents Results for Safer Wireless Sensor Networks

SMILab at UNM presents results on cyber security research and training for safer Wireless Sensor Networks, Structural Health Monitoring and Secure Digital Twins. The New Mexico Consortium is supporting the exploration of cyber security in the context of Structural Health Monitoring and Advanced Wireless Sensor Networks. The project is part of a common collaboration between

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Viral Load Dynamics in Hospitalized Patients with Severe Coronavirus Disease

Alan Perelson, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, along with colleagues, recently published his study looking at the viral load dynamics in hospitalized patients with severe coronavirus disease. This work is titled: Viral Load Kinetics of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 in Hospitalized Individuals With Coronavirus Disease 2019.  It

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Richard Sayre, NMC Scientist, Featured in Open Access Government

The research of Richard T. Sayre, a senior scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, was recently featured in an article titled Supercharging biological carbon capture and food production in the digital publication Open Access Government. Sayre’s research looks at bioengineering for improved photosynthesis in order to strengthen and magnify food production and carbon sequestration. It

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Dan Reisenfeld Publishes work on 3-D Map of Heliosphere

Daniel Reisenfeld, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, recently published his work, A Three-dimensional Map of the Heliosphere from IBEX, in the Astrophysical Journal. The Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) is a NASA Small Explorer mission to map the boundary of the solar system. IBEX is a small satellite (about the

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Aurorasaurus Team Presents at GEM 2021

Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald and Laura Brandt, from the Aurorasaurus team, recently attended the Geospace Environment Modeling (GEM) 2021 virtual summer workshop (https://gemworkshop.org/) where they presented their educational tool, the 3D Printed Magnetosphere Model. The GEM 2021 Summer workshop was held as an all virtual meeting, in a similar format as VGEM 2020 but extending over

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Bette Korber Publishes Review Comparing Evolution of HIV-1 And COVID-19

Bette Korber, a senior scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, recently has published research which compares the COVID-19 virus with a very different virus HIV-1. This work published in the July issue of Cell Host & Microbe is titled, HIV-1 and SARS-CoV-2: Patterns in the evolution of two pandemic pathogens.

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Wataru Nishima Publishes Work on Model of SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein

New Mexico Consortium scientist Wataru Nishima and colleagues recently published their work, “Full-Length Computational Model of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein and Its Implications for a Viral Membrane Fusion Mechanism“, in Viruses, an open access journal by MDPI. The SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19) emerged in December 2019 and quickly spread across the world due to it’s high

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