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Ten projects developed by New Mexico small businesses using technical expertise and assistance of Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories were recognized at the 11th Innovation Celebration Tuesday sponsored by the New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program at Encantado Resort in Tesuque.
The researchers from LANL and Sandia Labs, who assisted the companies, received a medal from NMSBA.
Among the businesses recognized were:
• The Pueblo of Zia, to develop and export renewable energy in a project that aligns its culture and values with its economic goals. LANL assisted the pueblo with site assessments, energy transmission and distribution system access, and economic analysis of energy alternatives.
• Herbs, Etc., Santa Fe, which developed a scientifically-based standard for microbe levels in its herbal products. LANL provided analysis of the company’s test standards and advised the company on an acceptable standard for microbe measurement and monitoring.
• Musicode Innovations, Taos, created a state-of-the-art design for a musical instrument based on Musical Instrument Digital interface technology with support from Sandia Labs.
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