Knoze Jr. participated in last weekend’s ScieneFest event. Courtesy photo
Cliff Han, maker and founder of AllerPops, recently announced a call to gather feedback from customers of his unique allergy-fighting prebiotic lollipops at http://knozejr.com/share-your-experience/. To connect new customers with the user experiences of past customers, AllerPops initiated #iTuneMyAllergiesUsingAllerPops.
Customers are invited to use the hashtag to create and post text messages and video selfies using AllerPops, all while receiving an Amazon gift card or a People
AllerPops founder Cliff Han, right, with his former LANL postdoc Dongping Wang at the American Society of Microbiology conference June 7-11 in Atlanta, Ga. Courtesy photo
By OLIVIA KOO
Growing up in Los Alamos is often seen as a blessing and as a curse. Having grown up and having attended the Los Alamos Public Schools since I was in kindergarten, I would wholly agree with this statement.
There’s a certain charm and comfort in the familiarity of your classmates as you grow up with each other from elementary school to middle school to high school. But then again, the awkwardness I feel seeing my teachers shopping at Smith’s hasn’t ever really gone away, even though I’m a high school junior. You’d think I would’ve gotten used to it by now.
However, there’s another
Proposal on how to avoid fall resurgence of the COVID-19 health crisis. Chart courtesy of Dr. Cliff Han
By DR. CLIFF HAN
With all the talk of flattening the coronavirus pandemic curve of infections, we can also ask the question another way: When should we raise the curve?
This accompanying chart is one we’re all used to by now: showing the number of newly infected people during the course of a pandemic. The CDC is currently trying to flatten the curve with preventive measures so that the pandemic will not overwhelm the healthcare system. But, if the priority is saving lives, then actually
SBDC Star Award recipient Dr. Cliff Hann of Los Alamos, left, with SBDC Director Julianna Barbee and Lt. Gov. Howie Morales. Courtesy photo
SBDC Star Award recipient Dr. Cliff Han, third from left, with officials including Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, center. Courtesy photo
Dr. Cliff Han, inventor of AllerPops and Los Alamos resident, was recently honored by Lt. Gov. Howie Morales at an awards reception at the La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe.
Han also was recognized by Rep. Joseph Sanchez and by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on the House Floor at the State Capitol.
The New Mexico Small Business
Knoze Jr Corp owner Cliff Han. Courtesy photo
By CLIFF HAN
Los Alamos researchers published an article that indicates the novel coronavirus COVID-19 will likely be unstoppable and eventually become a pandemic.
Several other authorities expressed similar opinions. I want to tell you Hakuna Matata, and that with this method below, you can prepare yourself to beat the virus when it comes.
I am not going to tell you how to avoid contamination but how to temporarily increase your immune sensitivity to resist the virus’s invasion and help your body to clear the virus before it causes serious
Cliff Han, owner of Knoze Jr. Corp. Courtesy/NMSBDC
Knoze Jr. Corp, the makers of AllerPops, is being recognized as a Star Business by the Small Business Development Center at UNM-Los Alamos.
Star Businesses are recognized annually by the NMSBDC Network at a special banquet at La Fonda on the Plaza in Santa Fe. Lt. Gov. Howie Morales and radio personality Kiki Garcia are slated to co-host the event sponsored by Century Bank and The Loan Fund.
Founder Cliff Han moved to Los Alamos and,