New Publication Looking at Global COVID-19 Variant Transition Dynamics

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New Publication Looking at Global COVID-19 Variant Transition Dynamics

New Publication Looking at Global COVID-19 Variant Transition Dynamics Bette Korber, a Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and New Mexico Consortium scientist, along with a team of researchers at LANL recently published the most comprehensive study looking at global COVID-19 variant transition dynamics in eBioMedicine. This paper, titled SARS-CoV-2 variant transition dynamics are associated with

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Bette Korber Publishes Report on NIH Prioritization of SARS-CoV-2 Variants

Bette Korber Publishes Report on NIH Prioritization of SARS-CoV-2 Variants Bette Korber, a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the New Mexico Consortium, recently published an online report titled, US National Institutes of Health Prioritization of SARS-CoV-2 Variants, with the CDC’s Emerging Infectious Diseases journal. In an effort to overcome and stay on top

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Dr. Sayre To Give Keynote Lecture at Molecular Biophysics and Bioimaging Retreat

Dr. Sayre To Give Keynote Lecture at Molecular Biophysics and Bioimaging Retreat New Mexico Consortium Scientist Dr. Richard Sayre will be giving an invited keynote lecture for the annual Molecular Biophysics and Bioimaging Retreat at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on May 3rd entitled “Remodeling Photosynthesis for Enhanced Carbon Capture and Sequestration” Addressing the dual challenges of

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Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald on How Citizen Science is an Asset to Heliophysics.

Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald Publishes on How Citizen Science is an Asset to Heliophysics. Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald and colleagues recently published a paper titled, Agile collaboration: Citizen science as a transdisciplinary approach to heliophysics, in Frontiers Journal. Dr. MacDonald, along with other colleagues from the New Mexico Consortium Aurorasaurus project, and 17 other institutions, have put

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Dr. Alina Corcoran Presents at 2023 DOE Peer Review

Dr. Alina Corcoran Presents at 2023 DOE Peer Review Dr. Alina Corcoran gave a talk at the 2023 DOE Peer Review Monday April 3, 2023 on her project, “Optimizing Selection Pressures and Pest Management to Maximize Algal Biomass Yield”. The goal of this project is to use a field-adapted industry strain and field-lab-field iterations across

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Aurorasaurus project STEVE research featured in Washington Post

Aurorasaurus project and STEVE research featured in Washington Post The Aurorasaurus project, supported by the New Mexico Consortium, was recently featured in the Washington Post in an article highlighting a new phenomenon they have been studying called STEVE. STEVE, or Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, is an aurora-like phenomenon, but it is not an aurora.

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NMC Scientist Bette Korber Publishes in Nature Communications

NMC Scientist Bette Korber Publishes in Nature Communications New Mexico Consortium (NMC) scientist Bette Korber, recently published her work Characterization of SARS-CoV-2 Omicron BA.2.75 Clinical Isolates in Nature Communications. One variant of COVID-19, the Omicron subvariant BA.2.75, quickly increased and spread  in India and Nepal during the summer of 2022, and spread globally. This research

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Garrett Kenyon Presents Work at INRC Forum Community

Garrett Kenyon Presents Work at INRC Forum Community Garrett Kenyon, a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist and New Mexico Consortium affiliate, gave a presentation to the Intel Neuromorphic Research Community (INRC) Forum Community on Tuesday March 28, 2023. His talk was titled Sparse Coding with Locally Competitive Algorithm on Loihi 2. The Intel Neuromorphic Research

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Karen Rieck Publishes in Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry

Karen Rieck Publishes in Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry New Mexico Consortium scientist, Karen Rieck, recently published her work titled, Depth profiling and standardization from the back side of a sample for accurate analyses: Emphasis on quantifying low-fluence, shallow implants in diamond-like carbon in the journal Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. Dr. Rieck and colleagues

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