Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Events Calendar

Learn about Lab seminars and conferences; attend our Frontiers in Science lecture series, the Director's Colloquia, community events and educational programs; view public notices; and attend classes.

Jan
31
Thu
7:00 PMToward a World Without AIDS: Developing a Vaccine Against HIV Duane Smith Auditorium

Our immune system precisely targets and eliminates pathogens when we get an infection, and our immune cells have a remarkable capacity to “remember” such an encounter, acquiring protection that can last a lifetime.

Feb
1
Fri
5:00 PMDowntown Creative Crawl: Movie Premier Bradbury Science Museum

Official premier of "Racing Toward Dawn," the final cut.

Feb
5
Tue
7:00 PMToward a World Without AIDS: Developing a Vaccine Against HIV Santa Fe Community College, Jemez Rooms

Our immune system precisely targets and eliminates pathogens when we get an infection, and our immune cells have a remarkable capacity to “remember” such an encounter, acquiring protection that can last a lifetime.

Feb
7
Thu
7:00 PMToward a World Without AIDS: Developing a Vaccine Against HIV New Mexico Museum of Natural History

Our immune system precisely targets and eliminates pathogens when we get an infection, and our immune cells have a remarkable capacity to “remember” such an encounter, acquiring protection that can last a lifetime.

Feb
9
Sat
11:00 AMScientist in the Spotlight with Steve Schreiber and Teri Roberts Bradbury Science Museum

Live demonstrations with Steve Schreiber and Teri Roberts.

Feb
11
Mon
5:30 PMScience on Tap with Dr. Yu Seung Kim UnQuarked

A conversation with Dr. Yu Seung Kim about the latest innovations in fuel-cell research at Los Alamos.