New entrepreneurship program provides financial support and access to Los Alamos National Laboratory’s resources and expertise
Researchers investigate details of an astronomical simulation in the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment at Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Supercomputing Center. Scientific innovators are invited to embed their companies in the technology and talent of the Laboratory for two years as part of the new NM LEEP program.
LOS ALAMOS, N.M., April 6, 2021—Innovators and start-up companies working to solve national security challenges through advanced materials, advanced computing, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, and space technology are invited to apply for a two-year entrepreneurial fellowship at Los Alamos National Laboratory. The fellowship, which is part of the New Mexico Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Program (NM LEEP), operated by Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation, will provide the fellows with funding and an opportunity to immerse their organizations in the Laboratory’s technology and talent.
“NM LEEP presents a unique opportunity for Los Alamos National Laboratory and our community to support deep-tech innovators and entrepreneurs,” said Thom Mason, director of Los Alamos National Laboratory. “We look forward to providing the expertise and resources needed to develop new solutions for key national security challenges.”