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Los Alamos National Laboratory

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IN THIS ISSUE

MAY EVENTS AT A GLANCE

  • May 10: UNM-Los Alamos Graduation
  • May 11: World Migratory Bird Day
  • May 11: Scientists in the Spotlight
  • May 11: Luna Community College Graduation
  • May 11: New Mexico Highlands University Graduation
  • May 14, 21, 28: Ted Talk Tuesday
  • May 17-19: Fiber Crawl
  • May 18: Northern New Mexico College Graduation
  • May 18: Santa Fe Community College Graduation
  • May 18: Institute of American Indian Arts Graduation
  • May 18-19: Kite Festival
  • May 20: Science on Tap: Arctic Permafrost
  • May 25: Santa Fe Half Marathon
  • May 27: Memorial Day

GOOD NEIGHBOR PLEDGE

To partner with our neighbors on strengthening math and science learning, diversifying the economy, and expanding community giving in Northern New Mexico.

Two New Mexico small businesses win national awards

Laboratory, Northern New Mexico College launch radiation protection course to help fill high-demand jobs

Holmans USA and RG Construction Services recognized for excellence in their service to the Laboratory

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Likewise, if there’s an event you’d like us to promote via our Facebook page, please email David Moore (david.moore@lanl.gov), and we’ll do our best to share the information.

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PERSONAL MESSAGE

linda-deck-cropped.jpgIn 2015 the Manhattan Project National Historical Park was officially established, with locations at Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Hanford, Washington; and here at Los Alamos.

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CONTACT

Linda Deck, Director, Bradbury Science Museum
(505) 665-3906
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