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May 2, 2014
Los Alamos bridge engineer Crystal J. Rodarte-Romero is a proud steward of the historic bridge and is honored to extend its life with design modifications and forthcoming modeling.
Women @ Energy: Crystal J. Rodarte-Romero

"I encourage anyone looking to enter structural engineering or bridge engineering to pursue it with all of your passion. Never give up on your purpose and always stand in your truth. Never look at an engineering task as a pass or fail; but from the mind frame of what do you know and what can you learn. Treat your profession as series of growing opportunities."

May 2, 2014
Los Alamos biomedical researcher Alina Deshpande is dedicated to strengthening the world’s fight against infectious diseases by providing new tools for early detection and mitigation of disease outbreaks.
Women @ Energy: Alina Deshpande

"You can be successful in anything your heart desires, but you must be persistent, focused and not impulsive."

May 1, 2014
Los Alamos scientist Kathy Prestridge is trying to solve physics’ greatest mysteries, including how to harness the power of the sun.
Women @ Energy: Kathy Prestridge

"I have told many young people that the STEM fields need people who have different perspectives, are good at doing the science, are able to communicate their ideas well, and who are generally well spoken. Don't fall into believing the mad scientist stereotypes."

April 29, 2014
CBFO’s Joe Franco, second from left, receives the New Mexico Patriotic Employer Award from the N.M. ESGR in January at WIPP. Others pictured, from left to right, include Col. Tim Paul, Joint Forces Headquarters, N.M. National Guard; N.M. ESGR Chair Ray Battaglini; and New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services Secretary Timothy Hale.
Carlsbad Field Office Nominated for Employer Support Freedom Award

EM’s Carlsbad Field Office (CBFO) was honored at a recognition event in Santa Fe this month for being nominated for the 2014 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.

April 17, 2014
Sandia National Laboratories researcher Matt Lave uses pyranometers like these to measure the amount of irradiance, or available sunlight. | Photo by Dino Vournas.
New Simulation Tool Could Help Add More Solar to the Nation¹s Electric Grid

What happens to solar panels when it's cloudy out? New research sheds light.

April 11, 2014
EIS-0474: Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Southline Transmission Project, Arizona and New Mexico

April 11, 2014
EIS-0474: Notice of Availability of Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Southline Transmission Project, Arizona and New Mexico

April 11, 2014
EIS-0474: EPA Notice of Availability of Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Southline Transmission Project, Arizona and New Mexico

March 26, 2014
EIS-0026-SA-09: Supplement Analysis

Supplement Analysis for a Proposal to Temporarily Store Defense Transuranic Waste Prior to Disposal at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, New Mexico and Texas

March 20, 2014
Over the past several years, Los Alamos National Laboratory has invested in providing state-of-the-art tools to help scientists understand and explore their data. 
 
In this photo, researchers are investigating the details of an astronomical simulation in the CAVE (cave automatic virtual environment) -- a cube-shaped room with high-resolution projections on all six surfaces. Using 3D glasses, these researchers can see objects floating in air, and even walk around the objects, allowing them to observe simulations from all angles. | Photo by LeRoy Sanchez, LANL.
Photo of the Week: The CAVE at LANL

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