Sandia LabNews

Issue November 17, 2022

Reducing risks from electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Review of vulnerabilities helps prioritize grid protections

Reducing risks from electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Sandia researchers conducted a survey of electric vehicle charger vulnerabilities that could influence policymaking and establish best practices for electric vehicle chargers in the future.

Photovoltaics for extreme conditions

Sandia researchers launch extensive renewable energy research above the Arctic Circle.

Sandia saluted for hiring, retaining veterans

The U.S. Department of Labor has honored Sandia with their most prestigious award for the second year in a row.

Answering the call

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

Nuclear Deterrence All Hands highlights achievements in 2022

Deputy Labs Director Laura McGill, Associate Labs Director Rita Gonzales and Director Michelle Stevens highlighted accomplishments and discussed current initiatives and priorities at the November meeting.

Small-business success

Through the New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program, Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratory have provided $76.1 million of technical assistance to more than 3,200 businesses since 2000.

Honoring our veterans

Veterans Day events in New Mexico and California celebrated the achievements and sacrifices of Sandia’s veterans and their families.

A quest for STEM

Sandia participated in the Quest Science Center’s Science of Engineering event this fall in Livermore. The event drew more than 1,100 children and adults.

In celebration of innovation

The Innovation Award Celebration at Sandia/California honored Sandia efforts to advance the science frontier with innovative technologies.

Strength in numbers

A new employee resource group offers community and support to soloists, people living in single-person households.

Directors give back during Fall Leadership Forum

Leaders from all divisions gave their time to Albuquerque nonprofits on Tuesday.

Take a Frozen Turkey to Work Day

Turkeys donated to Roadrunner Food Bank will help feed families during the holidays.