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We must take a moment to pause and give the lab some due when it is deserved. And it earned some big points Wednesday when it hosted the quarterly Community Leaders Breakfast.
It is easy to point out when the lab fails or when it falls short. But if that is so, then the opposite should also be true.
And it is so here as LANL Director Michael Anastasio should be given credit for opening the lab’s doors – if even just a little.
So much good goes on at LANL and so little of that is known outside its walls. Programs like this are vital to get its message out – and it is a good message.
Community leaders from throughout northern New Mexico were given breakfast then treated to various tours of the laboratory to show just some of what goes on there.
The list of those visits is just a small part of its work.
Some people went to the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, a Department of Energy/Office of Science Nanoscale Science Research Center (NSRC) operating as a national user facility devoted to establishing the scientific principles that govern the design, performance and integration of nanoscale materials.
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