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DisrupTECH; Los Alamos ScienceFest; Northern New Mexico Tribal Business Scholarship deadline; and more
July 1, 2015
Santa Clara Pueblo's Aynjil Baca was one of the Northern New Mexico Tribal Business Scholarship recipients in 2014.

Santa Clara Pueblo's Aynjil Baca was one of the Northern New Mexico Tribal Business Scholarship recipients in 2014.


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Listen to KSFR interview with Lab scientist:  July 8
The next KSFR Radio Café (101.1 FM) interview with a Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist will take place on Tuesday, July 8, from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. as part of KSFR’s Science Radio Café series.
Learn about groundbreaking technology at DisrupTECH:  July 16
Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Richard P. Feynman Center for Innovation and the New Mexico Angels are introducing the latest groundbreaking technology from Los Alamos to entrepreneurs, investors, regional leaders, policy makers and industrial partners during this event. The ticket price of $35 includes the presentations, networking and an open bar. Space is limited. Time: 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Location: Los Alamos Golf Course Event Center, 4250 Diamond Drive, Los Alamos. For details, contact the New Mexico Angels’ John Chavez (info@nmangels.com or 505-843-4206).
Attend Los Alamos ScienceFest:  July 16-18
Los Alamos ScienceFest celebrates the history and science of Los Alamos through engaging events and activities for people of all ages. Last year, more than 6,500 attendees enjoyed the festival. The event is organized by Los Alamos MainStreet in partnership with many community organizations, including Los Alamos National Laboratory, the Los Alamos Creative District and more than 200 volunteers. Surrounding events take place on July 15 and July 19. For details, check the Los Alamos ScienceFest webpage.
Learn to build an iPhone app using GPS:  July 17
In this three-hour workshop hosted by the Bradbury Science Museum, participants will discuss the basics of app design and then build an app that uses the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS). Other features, such as gestures and data input, will also be covered and added to the app as time allows. The class is designed for ages 13 and up and is limited to 20 participants. The event is part of the Los Alamos ScienceFest, but registration is required. Time: 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Location: Time Out Pizzeria, 1350 Central Ave., Los Alamos. For additional details and to register, visit the Bradbury Science Museum’s Special Workshop page.

To learn more about the Bradbury’s other events and activities, visit the Bradbury Science Museum website.

Apply for the Northern New Mexico Tribal Business Scholarship:  By July 20
The Northern New Mexico Tribal Business Scholarship is designed to help Native American communities enhance their business and economic development opportunities and meet the growing tribal needs for qualified accountants, business administrators, financial analysts and management information system professionals. To apply, go to the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Foundation’s How to Apply web page.
Market your goods or services to the Laboratory:  Anytime
Qualified companies interested in procurement opportunities with Los Alamos National Laboratory are invited to register their business with the System for Award Management, the primary supplier database for the federal government. Once done, the companies then should email their completed Supplier Information Form (pdf) to Los Alamos’ Small Business Program Office at business@lanl.gov and attach their company capability statement. To learn more, see the Marketing your goods or services to the Laboratory article in Community Connections’ May 2015 issue. 
Request a Lab volunteer:  Anytime
Los Alamos National Laboratory participation in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) events is made possible with support from the Department of Energy through the Laboratory’s Science Education Community Service Time Program. To request STEM experts, members of the community can complete a brief online request form. The form also can be accessed from the STEM Education Programs website. An additional option for requesting Los Alamos experts and other volunteers is through the Laboratory’s Vecinos Volunteer Program, which partners with the national VolunteerMatch initiative.  
Take advantage of the Laboratory's Speakers Bureau:  Anytime
Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Speakers Bureau brings audiences together with scientists and experts whose ideas and science are changing and inspiring the world. The speakers offer free presentations on a wide variety of subjects and can tailor the content for a range of audiences. While the majority of possible topics are science subjects—from dark matter to quantum cryptography—some of the speakers are experts in related areas, including the Laboratory’s history. For details and examples of some of the available topics, visit the Speakers Bureau website.

Los Alamos National Laboratory and/or the Laboratory’s management company, Los Alamos National Security (LANS), LLC, help support the above events and campaigns.

To include your event or application deadline in upcoming calendars, please email connections@lanl.gov with a brief description of how the proposed calendar item is connected to the Laboratory and/or LANS.