Award-Winning ‘Oppenheimer After Trinity’ Launches On Streaming Services

Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer. Courtesy production photo

Oppenheimer After Trinity News:

            • Documentary Offers Rare, Intimate View of Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer After Trinity—a Cannes World Film Festival winner for Best Historical Documentary—will now be offered on streaming services, including Apple TV, iTunesGoogle TVVudu, Fandango, YouTube TV, Spectrum and X-Box.

Created by Larry L. Sheffield—a Phoenix-based descendent of a Manhattan Project worker—the documentary film showcases the real story of Oppenheimer, featuring rare footage and photographs, along with compelling Read More

STEMarts Lab: Apprenticeship For Girls Ages 14-19 Residing In Northern New Mexico

The STEMarts Apprenticeship program is designed for girls residing in Northern New Mexico (ages 14-19). Apprentices receive a $1,000 stipend to discover and develop their creative interests and gain valuable 21st century work skills in this year-long paid apprenticeship. Courtesy/STEMarts Lab

STEMarts Lab News:

The STEMarts Apprenticeship program is designed for girls residing in Northern New Mexico (ages 14-19). Apprentices receive a $1,000 stipend to discover and develop their creative interests and gain valuable 21st century work skills in this year-long paid apprenticeship. Read More

Quantum Dot Leader UbiQD Unveils UbiGro® Cover To Enhance Greenhouse Productivity

UbiGro Cover installed on a farm in New York. Courtesy/UbiQD

UbiQD News:

  • UbiQD is transforming greenhouse agriculture with Nobel Prize-winning quantum dot technology

UbiQD, Inc., the New Mexico-based leader in quantum dot (QD) technology and manufacturing, is today announcing a major step forward for sustainable agriculture. UbiGro Cover is the next evolution in optimizing greenhouse productivity. Expanding on the widely adopted UbiGro Inner—which has revolutionized hundreds of greenhouse spaces worldwide—UbiGro Cover is the latest addition to the greenhouse brand.

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New Mexico Governor Hosts Los Alamos Panel Discussion On Importance Of STEM Education

Panelists from left, EM-LA Deputy Manager Eli Gilbertson, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, former County Councilor Sara Scott, Tularosa Basin Downwinders Consortium Co-Founder Tina Cordova and UNM-LA student Asher Stevens discuss importance of STEM education Thursday at SALA. Photo by Carol A. Clark/

Students, teachers, county and LANL representatives attend the governor’s panel discussion on STEM education  Thursday afternoon at SALA Los Alamos Event Center. Photo by John McHale/

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Hundreds Of New Mexico Students Launch Handmade Hot Air Balloons To Celebrate Aviator’s Holiday; Montgolfier Day

Courtesy/Balloon Museum

Balloon Museum Foundation News:

ALBUQUERQUE — The Balloon Museum, Balloon Explorium and Balloon Museum Foundation announce a joint celebration of the birth of ballooning at the annual Montgolfier Days events. This year, the festivities will include educational and interactive activities aimed at teaching students about hot air balloons.

In the weeks leading up to the Montgolfier Days events Nov. 14 and 16, 2023, The Balloon Explorium will visit classrooms in 15 Albuquerque schools. Their mission: to inspire and educate students on the science and engineering Read More

AFRL Scientists Receive DOD Funds For Optics Research

AFRL’s Dr. Joseph Cox, Directed Energy Directorate, receives research funding through the DOD’s Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholar SEED Grant this year and will receive $300,000 over three years in support of his research. Cox’s research relates to optics – event-based sensors and artificial intelligence, used in combination with the sensors to successfully detect motion and moving targets in a highly efficient manner. Courtesy/AFRL


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LANL Periodic Table Talk With Roxana Bujack Nov. 13

LANL staff scientist Roxana Bujack

LANL News:

At this month’s Periodic Table program, Roxana Bujack discusses Los Alamos National Lboratory’s work to develop algorithms to improve the color maps used in data visualizations, making them easy to understand and interpret. These visualizations help scientists and researchers make sense of vast amounts of data that might otherwise obscure their findings.

Bujack will also discuss her recent research determining an accurate mathematical model of color perception—and how her team recently proved that Erwin Schrödinger’s theory – yes, that Read More

Discover The Wonders Of Cultural Astronomy: Fulldome Film Screening Of One Sky Project With PEEC

PEEC News:

The community is invited to visit the Los Alamos Nature Center at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, for a viewing of the One Sky Project, a fulldome planetarium film. One Sky is a collection of beautiful short films about constellations, astronomical instruments, and scientific knowledge from various cultures around the world. Each chapter is presented in an original and engaging way with its own artistic style featuring the work of international artists. Tickets for this program are $8 for adults and $6 for students and children. Planetarium shows are not recommended for children under 5. Read More

LANL: Pinpointing HIV Immune Response & More

Science: Pinpointing HIV Immune Response

New research combining computer modeling and experiments with macaques shows the body’s immune system helps control human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections largely by suppressing viral production in already infected cells while also killing viral infected cells, but only within a narrow time window at the start of a cell’s infection. Read the full article here. Courtesy/LANL

LANL News:

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) shares a compilation of news stories for the week of Oct. 30, 2023.

Community: From canyons to mesa tops, explore Read More

SFI Lecture: ‘The Future Of Artificial Intelligence’ By AI Expert Melanie Mitchell At The Lensic Performing Arts Center

Santa Fe Institute Professor Melanie Mitchell will lecture  on ‘The Future of Artificial Intelligence’ at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15 at The Lensic Performing Arts Center in Santa Fe. Photo by Kate Joyce

SFI News:

Santa Fe Institute community lecture “The Future of Artificial Intelligence” with Melanie Mitchell Santa Fe Institute is 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 15 at The Lensic Performing Arts Center (211 W. San Francisco St. in Santa Fe).

AI is all around us recognizing our faces in photos, transcribing our speech, constructing our news feeds, navigating our driving routes, answering our Read More