Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz visited Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories this week. While in Los Alamos, he visited LANL and the new biological laboratory built by the New Mexico Consortium to explore alternative fuel sources from algae and other plants. Secretary Moniz said that Los Alamos and all the DOE labs have a major role in addressing two key initiatives of the President. While at Sandia, Moniz held a meeting with labs staff and saw presentations from researchers showcasing Sandia technology in topics ranging from solar and photovoltaics, to energy and climate.
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(top) Dick Sayre, left, of Los Alamos National Laboratory's Bioscience Division and the New Mexico Consortium, briefs DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology President Daniel Lopez, New Mexico Congressman Ben Ray Lujan and Laboratory Director Charlie McMillan Tuesday at the New Mexico Consortium biological laboratory.
(bottom) Mark Taylor, Lead Developer for Numerical Analysis & Applications at Sandia, gives a presentation to Sandia President & Laboratories Director Paul Hommert, Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry, New Mexico Congressman Ben Ray Lujan, DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz, and Jill Hruby, Vice President, Energy, Nonproliferation & High Consequence Security and the International, Homeland & Nuclear Security Mission).