Did you miss some of our 2020 talks and demos? Most were recorded and can be found on our YouTube channel.
Please note that a lot of our programs will be using the online platform called Zoom. You don't need to create an account, but you will need the free Zoom app (click here to download).
Pat Brown, CEO & Founder of Impossible Foods, a company at the forefront of making nutritious, delicious meat and dairy products from plants to satisfy meat lovers, addresses the environmental impact of animal farming. Ask questions live or submit in advance at email@example.com.
The Shape of your Genes: Using Supercomputers and Strawberries to Understand How DNA Works
Brown bag lunch with Dr. Karissa Sanbonmatsu of LANL
DNA is an information molecule that has the instructions to create your body, from conception to birth to adulthood, and also the instructions to keep your body running and to help fight viral infections such as COVID-19. Your cells have identical DNA sequences. Yet, brain cells have vastly different shapes than immune cells and work completely differently. We use supercomputers to help explain why this is true and will we perform a DNA extraction from strawberries to see DNA with the naked eye. Ask questions live or submit in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Trinity: The Myth, The Legend, The Legacy: A Live Lecture with Lab Historian Alan Carr
Join Los Alamos National Laboratory Historian Alan Carr as he reflects on the 75th Anniversary of the Trinity Test. Discover the stories of selecting and preparing the site, the experiments leading up to the test, its lasting legacy, and even why it was named "Trinity."
Space Veggies: How quantum dots help grow vegetables on Earth and in Space
Dr. Matt Bergren, Chief of Product at UbiQD, Inc., explores how nanotechnology can improve growing vegetables on Earth and in Space.
From Trinity to Today: How Los Alamos National Laboratory employees innovate and protect our nation
Thom Mason, the Director of Los Alamos National Laboratory, explores the Laboratory’s innovations and projects, the ability of tech transfer to bring discoveries into the wider world, global STEM-related challenges and opportunities, and emerging areas for the Laboratory and its mission.