Sandia LabNews

Issue September 22, 2022

Scientists chip away at a metallic mystery, one atom at a time

It’s no secret that radiation weakens metal. Uncovering how is complicated work.

Scientists chip away at a metallic mystery, one atom at a time

It’s no secret that radiation weakens metal. Sandia researchers are uncovering how.

Sandia Science & Tech Park continues to strengthen local economy

A biennial report highlights its many successes, a historical overview of the park and its estimated economic impact in 2020 and 2021.

Sandia team wins $25K through DOE technology transfer program

The winning team will use the funds to improve sensor technology.

Answering the call

Lab News asked several Sandians about their support of the mission and what it means to them. Read their stories.

Conference offers perspectives on real-world nuclear issues

The Project on Nuclear Issues Summer Conference, hosted by the Labs, created an opportunity for professionals from the National Security Enterprise, DOD and academia to discuss a range of nuclear issues, like deterrence, power, monitoring and more.

Sandia’s role in the nuclear triad

While many staff members work outside of the nuclear deterrence program, all our work has a connection to national security and Sandia’s role in the nuclear triad.

Sandia researcher wins career achievement award from Asian technical society

The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers CEO wrote that Hongyou Fan “embodies the reason SASE created this category.”

Q&A with Roberta Rivera on Sandia Gives

Staff are invited to participate in a 65-year tradition of giving at the Labs by enrolling in the campaign Oct. 3-21.

Most Promising Asian American Engineer of the Year goes to Sandia scientist

Meet Bishnu Khanal, an unlikely chemist from a remote village in Nepal.

Road warrior

Chemical engineer and cyclist Patrick Burton packed his bike on a recent trip to Livermore to demonstrate the ease and benefits of bike commuting away from home.