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New Mexico Partnership for Math and Science Education

The New Mexico Partnership for Math and Science Education (NMPMSE) is a statewide membership organization representing institutions and projects involved in STEM education. The vision of the NMPMSE is to promote... read more

New Mexico Hazmat Challenge

The Hazmat Challenge is an annual training event for regional Hazmat response teams from New Mexico and around the Nation. The event is hosted by LANL Emergency Operations Division, Emergency Response Group. Teams... read more

New Mexico FIRST Robotics FLL Championships and Information Event

The New Mexico FIRST Robotics FLL Championship and Information event will highlight all four levels of FIRST Robotics Programs aimed at engaging students ages 6-18 in hands on, real world challenges that get them... read more

New Mexico FIRST LEGO® League (FLL®)

"Sport for the Mind" FLL teams of 3-10 students build LEGO®-based robots and develop research projects based on a real-world Challenge that changes annually. Their activities are guided by FLL Core Values. Students in... read more

New Mexico Electric Car Challenge - Sandia National Laboratories

The New Mexico Middle School Electric Car Challenge (formerly the NM Hydrogen Fuels Challenge) consists of a battery-powered model car race, design competition, as well as the option to compete in an oral presentation... read more

New Mexico Computer Science for All

The Santa Fe Institute (SFI), in partnership with the University of New Mexico, the Supercomputing Challenge, and other educational organizations, industry partners, and local schools, is developing an exciting new... read more

New Mexico Academy of Science Annual Meeting

The New Mexico Academy of Science hosts an annual general meeting with a variety of events often including a distinguished keynote speaker, concurrent sessions, panels, poster presentations, and competitions.... read more


NeuroExpo Albuquerque is a festival celebrating the brain, its many curiosities and the emerging technologies that are making the brain accessible to all. Youth participants will be provided a table for an interactive... read more

National Science Youth Camp

Each year the New Mexico Academy of Science selects two high school seniors as delegates to attend, with all expenses paid including air fare, a three-week science camp in the mountains near Charleston, West Virginia.... read more


The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is partnering with the YWCA TechGYRLS to host NanoDays: the biggest Event for the Smallest Science on Saturday, April 5, from 10am to 2 pm at the Museum. NanoDays... read more