NMC Scientist John Bent Presents on TASSI – A New Method of HPC Storage Systems

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Qing Zheng Presents at Fifth Annual Storage Technology Showcase

Qing Zheng Presents at Fifth Annual Storage Technology Showcase Qing Zheng, a Scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory’s High-Performance Computing Design Group and the New Mexico Consortium, recently gave a presentation at the Fifth Annual Storage Technology Showcase. Storage Technology Showcase, STS, is the premier and only annual vendor neutral symposium for high volume digital

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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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Richard Fiorella Presents Work at CESM Paleoclimate Working Group Meeting 2024

Richard Fiorella Presents Work at CESM Paleoclimate Working Group Meeting 2024 Richard Fiorella, a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, recently attended the Community Earth System Model (CESM) Paleoclimate Working Group Meeting 2024 which place at the NSF NCAR Mesa Lab, Boulder CO and online on Monday, February 26th, 2024.

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Bette Korber and Colleagues Study Waning Immunity Following COVID-19 Boosting

Bette Korber and Colleagues Study Waning Immunity Following COVID-19 Boosting Bette Korber, a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, recently was part of a team that published Waning immunity and IgG4 responses following bivalent mRNA boosting in the February 2024 issue of Science Advances. A recently used form of the

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Researchers Assess AlphaFold Model Accuracy

Researchers Assess AlphaFold Model Accuracy When is AI alone adequate for answering scientific questions? It depends. Artificial Intelligence (AI) took the structural biology world by storm when Google parent company Alphabet’s DeepMind AlphaFold software was released in 2021. It was a major breakthrough in three-dimensional protein structure prediction, promising highly accurate models for proteins of

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NMC Scientists Attend SC23 Conference

NMC Scientists Attend SC23 Conference New Mexico Consortium scientists Qing Zheng, John Bent, and Alex Lovell-Troy recently attended the Super Computing (SC) Conference, held in November 2023 in Denver, Colorado. This conference is an International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, and Storage. The goal of the conference is to bring together the HPC research

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NMC Scientist Rex Hjelm Outreach Mentoring Graduate Student Jacob Belchak Leads to Appointment at ORNL

NMC Scientist Rex Hjelm Outreach Mentoring Graduate Student Jacob Belchak Leads to Appointment at ORNL Congratulations to Jacob Belchak, who has recently been accepted to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Neutron Scattering Graduate Research Program! Jacob is a graduate student mentored by New Mexico Consortium scientist Rex Hjelm and Gabriel Lopez, a University of

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Tom Terwilliger Publishes Work on AlphaFold Predictions

Tom Terwilliger Publishes Work on AlphaFold Predictions Tom Terwilliger, a New Mexico Consortium Senior Research Scientist and affiliated Los Alamos National Laboratory Scientist, recently published his work, AlphaFold predictions are valuable hypotheses, and accelerate but do not replace experimental structure determination, in Nature. Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based methods such as AlphaFold have revolutionized structural biology, because

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