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Plan a STEM Meeting

Albuquerque is the place for your STEM meetings

For nearly a century, Albuquerque has been a hub for scientific research. The city is home to Sandia National Laboratories, one of the National Nuclear Security Administration's R&D labs. In addition to researching nuclear weapons and technology, Sandia Labs also advances research in climate change, computational biology, mathematics, materials science, alternative energy, psychology and cognitive science.


Albuquerque Area High-Tech Companies

  • An Intel manufacturing facility that includes one of the nation's largest cleanrooms
  • A Torc Robotics autonomous vehicle test center
  • The headquarters of RS21, an innovator in data science and artificial intelligence
  • The headquarters of BayoTech, which develops hydrogen energy products
  • The Mind Research Network, an interdisciplinary association of brain-research scientists from around the world

Other engineering, aerospace and scientific businesses near Albuquerque include Spaceport America, a hub for aviation and space technologies location three hours south of Albuquerque, and Los Alamos National Laboratory, a R&D lab of the U.S. Department of Energy, located two hours north.

STEM Events recently held in Albuquerque

  • Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems - 27th SolarPACES Conference
  • Sandia National Laboratories - DOE Office of Electricity, Energy Storage Program Annual Meeting
  • US Association for Computational Mechanics
  • American Membrane Technology Association - AMTA and Southwest Membrane Operator Association Technology Transfer Workshop
  • American Astronomical Society -Summer Meeting
  • Electric Power Research Institute - Gas Turbine Process Compensated Resonance Testing (PCRT) Forum
  • American Society of Animal Science - Annual Meeting
Contact us today to book your next STEM meeting.