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  • "The findings are a good step towards examining aftershocks with fresh eyes, says Daniel Trugman, a seismologist at Los Alamos National Laboratory. “The machine-learning algorithm is telling us something fundamental about the complex processes underlying the earthquake triggering." http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQzx

    Artificial intelligence nails predictions of earthquake aftershocks

    A machine-learning study that analysed hundreds of thousands of earthquakes beat the standard method at predicting the location of aftershocks. Scientists say that the work provides a fresh way of exploring how changes in ground stress, such as those that occur during a big earthquake, trigger the quakes that follow.

  • Good news Lab employees: Virgin Pulse is adding a new pilot program this month designed to help you thrive in your career! This new pillar "engage" will feature tools to build better work relationships, improve communication & enhance daily work lives. Check in with the Wellness Center to learn more!

  • Santa Fe is one of the 8 Northern NM communities surrounding the Laboratory. This year Outside magazine has named it as one of Best Places to Live in the US. Great to know as you consider your career move to LANL! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1xY

    Santa Fe makes list of best places to live

    Outside magazine has once again singled out its hometown in its annual "Best Places to Live" issue, this time naming Santa Fe as one of the country's smartest towns for investment in adventure sports assets. "This isn't homerism or pride," said Nicholas Hunt, associate editor of the Santa Fe-based outdoor lifestyle magazine.

  • In 1950, while working at Los Alamos National Laboratory, physicist Enrico Fermi famously exclaimed to his colleagues over lunch: “Where is everybody?” http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1mG

    Why haven't we found aliens yet?

    One summer night, when I was a child, my mother and I were scouring the night sky for stars, meteors, and planets. Suddenly, an object with a light that pulsed steadily from bright to dim caught my eye. It didn't have the usual red blinkers of an aircraft and was going far too slowly to be a shooting star.

  • Our student web site just got a makeover! Visit us and learn about our amazing student opportunities: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQNZP

    Student Internships

    Learn about student programs including the High School Co-op Program, Undergraduate Program, Graduate Research Assistant Program, and the Students' Association.

  • It might be cold out but Spring Recruitment is here! Our recruiters are hitting the ground running throughout the country and we are eager to meet our future workforce. Keep up with where we will be next: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQUJi

    Recruiting Events

    List of recruiting events LANL representatives attend

  • In the 2018 Los Alamos Giving Campaign, 1,716 Laboratory employees have pledged more money than ever before. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQgap

    Los Alamos Lab Giving Campaign nets $3 million for nonprofits

    LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Dec. 20, 2017-In a record-setting 2018 Employee Giving Campaign, workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory raised $3 million to benefit mostly New Mexico nonprofit organizations.

  • We have just launched our Veteran and Transitioned Military skills translator website. We are thrilled to be able to provide a tool that will assist individuals in matching their tremendous skills with career opportunities. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuhf

    Los Alamos National Laboratory Veterans Jobs

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  • We know what it takes to drive our mission. Veronica and her team are an excellent example. Learn more in our Featured Professional serie:s http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQROA

    Being Passionate: Veronica Livescu

    Veronica Livescu Veronica Livescu's career has taken quite a turn since she earned her master's in aerospace engineering in Romania in 1991. On her way from Bucharest to the Laboratory's Materials Science in Radiation and Dynamics Extremes group (MST-8), she changed not only countries but also disciplines, transforming herself from a mechanical engineer to a materials scientist.

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