Ahlem Jebali Presents at 2022 Algal Biomass Summit

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Ahlem Jebali Presents at 2022 Algal Biomass Summit

Ahlem Jebali Presents at 2022 Algal Biomass Summit Ahlem Jebali, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, recently presented her work at the 2022 Algal Biomass Summit. The Algal Biomass Summit is an all virtual conference that took place October 2-28, 2022. This world’s largest algal event is where commercial leaders, entrepreneurs, scientists, policymakers, investors,

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Feiyu Li Presents On Hybrid Simulation Tool for Studying Laboratory Alfvén Waves

Feiyu Li Presents On Hybrid Simulation Tool for Studying Laboratory Alfvén Waves New Mexico Consortium scientist Feiyu Li recently gave a presentation on Alfven wave physics at the 64th Annual Meeting of APS Division of Plasma Physics held October 17-21, 2022 in Spokane, Washington. Alfven waves are of fundamental importance in space science, and they

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Tom Terwilliger and Colleagues Show How to Include Implicit Experimental Information in AlphaFold Predictions

Tom Terwilliger and Colleagues Show How to Include Implicit Experimental Information in AlphaFold Predictions Tom Terwilliger, a scientist with Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, recently published his research showing how to include implicit experimental information in AlphaFold predictions in Nature Methods. This work, titled Improved AlphaFold modeling with implicit experimental information, was

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Student Scientists Present at AVS International Symposium and Exhibition

Student Scientists Present at AVS International Symposium and Exhibition To build an interdisciplinary workforce pipeline in science and technology and to diversify its membership, the American Vacuum Society (AVS) encourages undergraduate student scientists to present at the AVS International Symposium and Exhibition and regional AVS chapter meetings. What is AVS? AVS is an organization that

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Increasing Algal Yield and Stability for future Commercialization

Recent algal yield and stability research has recently produced a new publication. This research was co-lead by Alina Corcoran, New Mexico Consortium scientist, and Shawn Starkenburg and Blake Hovde, from Los Alamos National Laboratory. Major contributions came from LANL scientist Erik Hanschen, and New Mexico State University scientists Anthony Granite and F.O. Holguin, as well as from

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A New Method for Understanding How Artificial Intelligence Works

A New Method for Understanding How Artificial Intelligence Works Haydn Jones, a Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) scientist, along with Garrett Kenyon, a LANL scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, along with colleagues, recently published a paper which was presented at the Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence. The paper titled, If You’ve Trained One

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Ahlem Jebali Publishes Work on Trait Drift in Microalgae

Ahlem Jebali Publishes Work on Trait Drift in Microalgae Ahlem Jebali, a postdoctoral research scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, along with Alina Corcoran, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, recently have published their work, Trait drift in microalgae and applications for strain improvement, in Biotechnology Advances. This review focuses on trait drift in microalgae

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Rex Hjelm Presents at 14th Fall Rubber Colloquium

Rex Hjelm Presents at 14th Fall Rubber Colloquium Rex Hjelm, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, has been invited to present at the upcoming KHK Fall Rubber Colloquium in Hanover, Germany. His presentation is titled “Molecular-scale polymer melts response to shear in the linear and non-linear rheological domains: affects of molecular weight and complex

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Xiangrong Fu Publishes Solar Wind Research in the Astrophysical Journal

Xiangrong Fu Publishes Solar Wind Research in the Astrophysical Journal Xiangrong Fu, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, recently published his work, Nature and Scalings of Density Fluctuations of Compressible Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence with Applications to the Solar Wind in the Astrophysical Journal. The solar wind is a high speed flow made of charge particles

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Richard Sayre Publishes Work on Enhanced Biomass Production in Microalgae

Richard Sayre Publishes Work on Enhanced Biomass Production in Microalgae Richard Sayre, a scientist with the New Mexico Consortium and colleague Sowmya Subramanian of Thermo Fischer Scientific, have recently published their work titled,  The right stuff; realizing the potential for enhanced biomass production in microalgae, in Frontiers in Energy Research. The commercialization of eukaryotic microalgae

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