The DataONE Users Group (DUG) is the worldwide community of Earth observation data authors, users, and diverse stakeholders that makeup the DataONE partnership communities. The primary function of the DUG is to represent the needs and interests of these communities in the activities of DataONE. In particular, the DUG provides guidance that facilitates DataONE in achieving its vision and mission.
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is proud to host the extraordinary Da Vinci, The Genius exhibition created by Grande Exhibitions of Victoria, Australia in collaboration with the Museo Leonardo da Vinci, Rome, and the French scientific engineer Pascal Cotte. This is the most comprehensive traveling exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci ever assembled.
On Saturday, February 10, from 10 am to 3 pm, the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will welcome families and Scouts for a day of engineering fun! Visitors will experience the finest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) while enjoying ice cream made with liquid nitrogen, crafting video game controllers, making spin art with circuits and discovering their human conductivity with a Van de Graaf generator, just to name a few!
The Environmental Data Initiative (EDI) was funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to accelerate curation, archiving, and publishing of environmental data. EDI provides a secure data repository and data curation support for ecological research projects with emphasis on NSF funded programs including Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB), Organization for Biological Field Stations (OBFS), Macrosystems Biology (MSB), and Long Term Ecological Research (LTER).
The EPSCoR Externship Program is a research exchange program that allows NM graduate students (with an existing assistantship) to spend a semester or summer doing research at a partnering New Mexico university or research facility. This exchange provides opportunities to:
The NM EPSCoR State Office observes the same winter break as the University of New Mexico. Our office will be closed from December 22 to January 2. We will reopen on Janurary 3, 2018.
The structure of the New Mexico Educated Workforce in STEM is not like that of San Francisco or Boston. Our workforce often goes to graduate school out of state and finds jobs outside NM. Over the years, federal agencies have given NM tens of millions of dollars in federal funding for training programs and in an effort to increase our competitiveness in business and research.
Usage and citation metrics are essential to gauging reach and measuring the impact of data. Currently, groups are focused on determining best practices in data citation and linking data with publications. However, in order for data to be considered a first class research output, we must also build a common standard to measure how often data is being used. The Make Data Count (MDC) project is funded by the Alfred P.
Our final All Hands Meeting will be at the CNM Workforce Development Training Center in Albuquerque on November 28th. This meeting is an important opportunity to review strategic plan progress and Site Visit milestones and create work plan for final 6 months of the Energize New Mexico project. Your active involvement is critical to our success! Click here to view the agenda.
Provenance enabled Reproducibility: Developments in DataONE