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NMT, Albuquerque Hispano Chamber Partnering To Promote Education, Research, Business Development

NMT News:
 
ALBUQUERQUE New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (New Mexico Tech) and the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce are partnering to promote new opportunities in education, research and business development to New Mexicans.
 
The two institutions held a joint ceremony at the Chamber to sign a five-year agreement Tuesday, June 19, formalizing a partnership to promote economic development from Latin America to Albuquerque and the rest of New Mexico.
 
New Mexico Tech President, Dr. Stephen Wells, and Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce President

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Atomic City Store Inside CB FOX Offers One-Of-A-Kind Souvenirs Celebrating Unique History Of Los Alamos

Celebrate the unique history of Los Alamos with one-of-a-kind souvenirs from the Atomic City Store inside CB FOX on Central Avenue in downtown Los Alamos. Items include a wide variety of T-Shirts and unique gifts. Visit www.Atomiccitystore.com

The Atomic City Store inside CB FOX in downtown Los Alamos offers a wide variety of souvenirs including T-Shirts and unique gifts for tourists and locals alike. Visit www.Atomiccitystore.com

Tourists and locals alike can find a wide variety of souvenir itemsat the Atomic City Store inside CB FOX in downtown Los Alamos. Visit www.Atomiccitystore.com


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LANL Major Subcontractors Consortium Issues Call For Proposals

LANL MSC News:

The LANL Major Subcontractors Consortium (LANL MSC) is issuing a Call for Proposals.

 
CONSORTIUM OF MAJOR LANL SUBCONTRACTORS
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANT POOL

2018 Request for Proposals

The LANL Major Subcontractors Consortium (LANL MSC) is a collaboration of Los Alamos National Laboratory major subcontractors created in 2004 to strategically align and pool resources in support of economic development projects in the Northern New Mexico counties of Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, Mora, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos and the Pueblos located in these counties.


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You Are Never To Young Or Old To Be An Entrepreneur

By NICHOLAS SEET
Los Alamos

How old do you need to be to be an entrepreneur? 20? 30? 40? What about 10? Or 60?

This week, I taught eight middle-schoolers, one high-schooler and my mother to be entrepreneurs. They completed a Business Model Canvas, came up with company names like GoldLeaf and Childlike Wonder, built products, marketed them, and made a 50 percent profit on their homemade wares, which they sold Saturday in front of Ruby K’s at 20th Street and Central Avenue.

I’ve been an entrepreneur since I quit my day job at Deloitte Consulting and hit the startup trail back in 2000. It took me


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3D Printing Taken To Next Level At NOMCON

The final six-foot tall crowdsourced 3D-printed sculpture of ‘We the Rosies’ will be displayed at the New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe for all to see. A six-inch clay sculpture was first created by Baltimore, Md., artist Jen Schachter, then 3D scanned and scaled up to six feet by the We the Buildersinitiative, founded by Todd Blatt. Courtesy photo
 
LOS ALAMOS MAKERS News:
 
The very first Nation of Makers conference (also known as NOMCON) took place June 9 in Santa Fe. U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan gave the opening keynote and welcomed makers from all over the United States.
 
A delegation

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‘Ignite Los Alamos’ Draws Overflow Crowd

The first ‘Ignite Los Alamos’ event took place at Los Alamos Makers Saturday, June 16. The event drew a full house with overflow outside. A diverse group of 11 speakers took on the challenge and shared their stories, insight and expertise. Teen videographer Sam Crooks recorded the event live. Courtesy/Los Alamos Makers

After the ‘Ignite Los Alamos’ event, LANL engineer Conrad Farnsworth relaxed outside Los Alamos Makers, surrounded by his supporters. Courtesy/Los Alamos Makers

The inaugural ‘Ignite Los Alamos’ event attracted an eclectic group of speakers. Videos will later be


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Entrepreneurs To Sell Goods Outside Ruby K’s Saturday

This week eight middle school students studied how to become entrepreneurs and create goods to sell. They will sell their goods including table display ornaments  magnetic cellphone stands and more, 9 a.m. to noon Saturday outside Ruby K’s at 20th Street and Central Avenue. The community is invited to meet these students who created businesses called MysticalForest, EarthSpin and GoldLeaf. Courtesy photo
 
Students discuss strategy with camp Innoventure organizer Lydia Hammond of NMSU. Courtesy photo

Students work on their MagStand and ChildlikeWonder projects. Courtesy


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‘Corporate Animals’ To Film In New Mexico

NMFO News:
 
SANTA FE New Mexico Film Office Director Nick Maniatis announced today that the independent feature film “Corporate Animals” starring Demi Moore and Ed Helms will begin filming mid-June through early July in Santa Fe and Abiquiu.
 
“I’m proud to welcome another great independent feature to New Mexico,” Film Office Director Nick Maniatis said. “New Mexico’s deep base of talent, infrastructure and our strong incentives continue to help us attract independent films to New Mexico.”
 
The production will

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