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  • ¿Cómo se consigue fidelizar al cliente?
    La palabra mágica en estos tiempos es la “Fidelización”. Y esto de fidelizar al cliente no es un concepto nuevo, es en realidad un concepto muy antiguo que todos conocemos instintivamente. Desde tiempos inmemoriales, desde que se creó la primera relación comercial entre un vendedor y un comprador, el vendedor ha deseado que el comprador […] La entrada ¿Cómo se consigue fidelizar al cliente? aparec...
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  • Uncovering the Mysteries of Mars Habitability
    Los Alamos scientists are uncovering clues about the habitability of ancient Mars using the ChemCam instrument that sits atop NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover. ChemCam has discovered 25 different elements on Mars—including manganese and boron—providing important information about conditions that could potentially have supported​ life on the Red Planet. Los Alamos is now developing a new instrument call...
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  • Why don’t we see solar eclipses more often?
    August 21 will mark the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental US in 38 years. And it’s the first one that will be observable across the entire contiguous United States since 1918. So, yes, it’s a big deal. Why don’t we see them more often?
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  • Muons in the Cathedral
    Muon-imaging technology — far better at penetrating materials than x-rays — makes it ideal for peering into thick, dense objects. While muon-imaging technology was developed for national security purposes, such as searching cargo shipments for nuclear materials, it could also be useful for determining what is inside any structure. Now, scientists at Los Alamos are using muons to look inside a near...
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  • Looking Inside a Tyrannosaur's Skull
    Researchers using Los Alamos’ unique neutron-imaging and high-energy X-ray capabilities have exposed the inner structures of the fossil skull of a 74-million-year-old tyrannosauroid dinosaur nicknamed the Bisti Beast in the highest-resolution scan of tyrannosaur skull ever done. ​Read more on the Los Alamos National Laboratory website about how the results add a new piece to the puzzle of how thes...
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  • Data-Driven Disease Forecasting
    If disease outbreaks could be forecasted like the weather, communities could set up protective measures to mitigate their impact. At Los Alamos National Laboratory, scientists are improving disease-forecasting mathematical models by using clinical data--as well as internet data sources such as Wikipedia, Twitter, and Google--and coupling it with satellite imagery. The goal is to better understandi...
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  • Eye on the Sky
    Every night in a remote clearing called Fenton Hill high in the Jemez Mountains of central New Mexico, a bank of robotically controlled telescopes tilt their lenses to the sky for another round of observation through digital imaging. Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Thinking Telescopes project is watching for celestial transients including high-power cosmic flashes called blazars, and like all sci...
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  • A universal biosensor for infectious disease
    With increased travel and globalization, the spread of new diseases has become a threat to global health—and global security. Whether in a rural village or an urban medical clinic , healthcare workers need diagnostics that provide answers then and there, for any disease, in order to effectively treat individual patients or widespread outbreaks. That’s why Harshini Mukundan and her team at Los Ala...
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  • Electrons in the Inner Van Allen Belt
    A recent study shows that the inner Van Allen belt has less radiation than previously believed. Observations from NASA’s Van Allen probes show the fastest, most energetic electrons in the inner radiation belt are actually much rarer and harder to find than scientists expected. This is good news for spacecraft that are orbiting in the region and can be damaged by high levels of radiation. The resul...
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  • Controlling the properties of matter with quantum dots
    Solar cells and photodetectors could soon be made from new types of materials based on semiconductor quantum dots, thanks to new insights based on ultrafast measurements capturing real-time photoconversion processes. Photoconversion is a process wherein the energy of a photon, or quantum of light, is converted into other forms of energy, for example, chemical or electrical. Semiconductor quantum...
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  • Breaking the Supermassive Black Hole Speed Limit
    A new computer simulation helps explain the existence of puzzling supermassive black holes observed in the early universe. The simulation is based on a computer code used to understand the coupling of radiation and certain materials. “Supermassive black holes have a speed limit that governs how fast and how large they can grow,” said Joseph Smidt of the Theoretical Design Division at Los Alamos ...
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  • Eyes on the Sky
    Every night in a remote clearing called Fenton Hill high in the Jemez Mountains of central New Mexico, a bank of robotically controlled telescopes tilt their lenses to the sky for another round of observation through digital imaging. Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Thinking Telescopes project is watching for celestial transients including high-power cosmic flashes called blazars, and like all sci...
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  • A universal biosenser for infectious disease
    With increased travel and globalization, the spread of new diseases has become a threat to global health—and global security. Whether in a rural village or an urban medical clinic , healthcare workers need diagnostics that provide answers then and there, for any disease, in order to effectively treat individual patients or widespread outbreaks. That’s why Harshini Mukundan and her team at Los Ala...
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  • #LANLPride art installation supports mission focus on diversity
    Los Alamos National Laboratory’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) employees and their supporters created the Lab’s first Post-It note window art installation on June 6, 2017. In a visible display promoting diversity, hundreds of people jotted words of support on Post-Its. Six windows of the Lab’s centrally located Otowi building third-floor breezeway were t...
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  • ¿En qué consiste el Funnel de ventas?
    El funnel o embudo de ventas es el proceso por el que pasa el usuario a convertirse en cliente. Se trata de una estrategia de Inbound Marketing compuesta de distintas fases en las que implementaremos diferentes acciones de marketing. Al igual que en el Inbound Marketing en una etapa inicial o TOFU (Top of funnel) […] La entrada ¿En qué consiste el Funnel de ventas? aparece primero en The Strategic...
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  • ¿Qué habilidades se buscan en el marketing digital?
    Si la economía cambia a toda velocidad, las empresas de marketing lo hacen más todavía. Debido al auge digital, cada vez más las agencias buscan perfiles tecnológicos, llegando al punto de que figuras como el CTO (chief technical officer), que es quien se encarga de los detalles más técnicos de las TIC y su implementación, está adquiriendo una […] La entrada ¿Qué habilidades se buscan en el market...
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  • Halos on Mars Could Mean a Longer Life-Friendly Past
    Lighter-toned bedrock that surrounds fractures and comprises high concentrations of silica—called “halos”—has been found in Gale crater on Mars, indicating that the planet had liquid water much longer than previously believed.
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  • Los Alamos on Radio Cafe: Ludmil Alexandrov
    In a creative breakthrough in cancer research, Ludmil Alexandrov, the J. Robert Oppenheimer Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory , combines Big Data, supercomputing and machine-learning to identify the telltale mutations of cancer. Knowing these mutational signatures can help researchers develop new ways methods of prevention. Download the full podcast interview by M...
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  • What Initiates Lightning?
    Lightning is an energetic electric discharge, creating a current that flows briefly within a cloud--or between a cloud and the ground--and heating the air to temperatures about five times hotter than the sun’s surface. But there’s a lot about lightning that’s still a mystery. Los Alamos National Laboratory is working to change that. Because lightning produces optical and radio frequency signals si...
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  • The Perils of Space Weather
    The Sun’s continuous bombardment of the Earth with high-energy electrons, protons, and other nuclei results in space weather that can wreak havoc on the nation’s satellites, aircraft, communications networks, navigation systems, and the electric power grid. Because of the potential for space weather to so critically impact national security, Los Alamos National Laboratory has been studying it for ...
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  • What Is The Universe Made Of?
    A team of physicists and astrophysicists at Los Alamos National Laboratory, in collaboration with leading universities around the country, are using the Laboratory’s supercomputers to simulate the Big Bang nucleosynthesis and the early universe to unprecedented precision. These researchers developed a code, called BURST, that describes the universe from a time of a few seconds after the Big Bang t...
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  • Los Alamos on Radio Cafe: Nina Lanza
    The popular science interview series "Radio Cafe" with Mary-Charlotte Domandi returns starting Wednesday, April 12, 2017 and can be heard in its entirety at scienceradiocafe.org. First up in the new series is Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Nina Lanza from the Space and Remote Sensing group. Lanza is a planetary geologist who has been part of the Mars Curiosity Rover “ChemCam” team since 2012. Th...
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  • Genomics for Everyone
    Genomics — the genetic mapping and DNA sequencing of sets of genes or the complete genomes of organisms, along with related genome analysis and database work — is emerging as one of the transformative sciences of the 21st century. But current bioinformatics tools are not accessible to most biological researchers. Now, a new computational and web-based tool called EDGE Bioinformatics is working to ...
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  • Saturday Science with Geoff Fairchild
    In this first episode, we sit down (on a chairlift) with Computer Scientist Geoff Fairchild to talk about how his team is using Los Alamos National Laboratory’s supercomputing capabilities to data mine social media and reveal trends relating to health and safety.
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  • 5 nuevas herramientas de Redes Sociales que deberías conocer
    ¿Estás perdido con los cambios recientes que han llevado a cabo las redes sociales líderes? No te preocupes, con tantos cambios en tan poco tiempo es normal. Por ello hemos editado esta guía para que enfoques de manera más adecuada tu estrategia de marketing digital. Instagram Stories. La gran novedad de los pasados meses consiste […] La entrada 5 nuevas herramientas de Redes Sociales que deberías...
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  • Electrons in the Inner Van Allen Belt
    A recent study shows that the inner Van Allen belt has less radiation than previously believed. Observations from NASA’s Van Allen probes show the fastest, most energetic electrons in the inner radiation belt are actually much rarer and harder to find than scientists expected. This is good news for spacecraft that are orbiting in the region and can be damaged by high levels of radiation. The resul...

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