Video: Unraveling the chemistry of life

In a short video profile, SFI Omidyar Fellow Rogier Braakman describes his quest to reveal how chemistry evolved in the universe, from interstellar clouds to living organisms here on Earth. Watch it here.

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Video: Indoor ecology & human health

In an SFI Community Lecture, External Professor Jessica Green describes how she and other scientists are beginning to understand the ecologies of indoor environments. The research offers new insights about sustainability and human well being. Watch it here.

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Students and their SFI mentors assess local well water quality

Three SFI researchers recently mentored four Santa Fe-area high-school students. The mentorship culminated in a community service project through which the students analyzed data on water quality from local wells, assessing the effect of water usage on levels of contamination in the well water.

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GUTS y Girls engages tomorrow’s women in science & math

SFI is leading a three-year, NSF-sponsored program designed to attract New Mexico girls to careers in science, technology, engineering, math, and information and communications technology -- fields in which women are historically under-represented.

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Free online course examines the frontiers of physics

“Emergent behavior in quantum matter,” an online course module created by SFI Science Board member David Pines, is part of Physics for the 21st Century, an 11-unit multimedia curriculum exploring the current frontiers of physics.

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SFI summer school students co-author paper

A paper by a research team that includes three SFI summer school students has been published in the Journal of Applied Physics. SFI External Professor Alfred Hubler is the corresponding author.

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