U.S. Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and U.S. Representative Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) applauded $600,000 in Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant funding to support the New Mexico Laboratory Embedded Entrepreneurship Program (LEEP). The New Mexico LEEP is a proposed partnership between Los Alamos Commerce and Development Co
“We are very proud of the positive impacts we have made throughout the region and are grateful for the many partnerships and friendships that we have developed over the years,” LANL MSC President Graig Newell said. “It was a good run.”
BY MAIRE O’NEILL firstname.lastname@example.org Regional Coalition of LANL Communities board members voted Thursday to extend the contract for executive director services with Chicanos Por La Causa for just four weeks, leaving the RCLC without an executive director at from the end of August until a new contract is issued. The decision took board members […]
LANL Foundation introduces NEW 2020 Education Enrichment Grant Cycle, requesting proposals from educators ready to pioneer New Mexico’s evolving learning frontier.
LANL Foundation is excited to report increased funding and impact from previous years in response to community feedback.
LANL Foundation’s Vice President of Career Pathways & Advocacy, Alvin Warren, is partnering with the UNM Center for Social Policy.
This Friday, June 19, 2020 the RCLC board will meet in an on-line meeting at 1:30 p.m. The agenda for this meeting is attached.
Welcome to our very first monthly news e-newsletter. With this newsletter, the LANL Foundation will share some of the GOOD happening in Northern New Mexico.
A new machine-learning computer model accurately predicts damaging radiation storms caused by the Van Allen belts two days prior to the storm, the most advanced notice to date, according to a new paper in the journal Space Weather.
Heinrich Questions Energy Secretary On Proposed Budget Cuts For LANL Cleanup, Safety Oversight Of Defense Nuclear Facilities
Senator Heinrich also questioned Secretary Brouillette on the Department of Energy’s new Order 140.1.