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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | February 1, 2021

Newell Bradbury Opt
Physicists Adriana Reyes-Newell and Ray Newell have collaborated on three scientific instruments related to Mars exploration. Join them Feb. 18 for a virtual celebration when Perseverance lands on the Red Planet with their “baby,” SuperCam!

In-person and Online events

February 8 - Science on Tap: Exploring Our Universe
Suzanne Nowicki, from the Laboratory’s space science and applications group leads a virtual conversation on exploring our universe through gamma-ray and neutron detection.

February 12 - Virtual Business Over Breakfast
Join us as the Laboratory hosts The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce’s virtual Business Over Breakfast casual virtual networking event.

February 17 - Library Lego Time
This Wednesday (and every Wednesday) at 3pm. kids can Zoom with their friends, other children, and staff from Los Alamos County Library as they build and create with their own Legos.

February 18 - Artist Talk with Linda Lomahaftewa
The Institute of American Indian Arts hosts a virtual artist talk with Linda Lomahaftewa and AIA curator Lara M. Evans (Cherokee) discussing Lomahaftewa’s solo exhibition, The Moving Land: 60+ Years of Art,which is currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe.

February 18 - Perseverance Rover Landing Virtual Event
NASA’s Perseverance rover will touch down on the surface of Mars the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 18. Celebrate the landing and learn more about Los Alamos National Laboratory’s role in the mission at a virtual after-party scheduled for that evening.

February 24 - Frontiers in Science
Coexisting with COVID-19: How disease forecasting and science can help us survive
On Feb. 24, you’ll get a rare perspective from researchers stalking the virus since day one. Register and send in your questions now.

Ongoing COVID-19 Resources

New Mexico Health Department
Latest news and advice from the state.

Assistance for Individuals
List of organizations and programs offering assistance for individuals, categorized by the type of need.

Meals for Children
Organized by school district.

Assistance for Businesses
The New Mexico Economic Development Department is a good starting point for businesses looking for assistance.

Resources for Nonprofits
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico (CNPE), the New Mexico Association of Grantmakers (NMAG) and New Mexico Thrives have collected a valuable list of information and resources for New Mexico nonprofits.

Online Education Resources
Laboratory-supported hub for online and remote family-friendly and place-based learning in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math for Northern New Mexico, including a map of free internet hotspot sites.


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