Sandia LabNews

Sandia studies subterranean storage of hydrogen

Sandia engineers and scientists are exploring depleted oil and natural gas reservoirs to determine whether they can be used to store clean hydrogen.

Sandia pumps $140 billion into the economy through technology development

Two studies commissioned by Sandia and NNSA show the economic impact of work at the Labs since 2000. This figure accounts for two decades of work, less than a third of Sandia’s 75-year existence.

Babu Chalamala elected to National Academy of Engineering

Babu has been recognized for his work to improve the safety and reliability of grid storage technologies.

Security team upgrades travel processes, earns NNSA coin

Coin presentations are a new way the NNSA is recognizing Sandians who cut red tape and speed innovation and product delivery. Read about two teams who recently received NNSA coins.

Digital engineering session offers three takeaways

Nearly 900 employees attended an information session to learn more about digital engineering at Sandia. Read the three key takeaways from the event.

Building a family their own way

Fostering and adoption changed everything for two Sandia families. Learn about the resources at Sandia that are available to foster and adoptive parents.

Willis Whitfield: A simple man with a simple solution that changed the world

Whitfield, former Sandia physicist, first sketched his idea for clean room technology while on an airplane in 1960.

Two Sandians honored with 2024 Women in Tech Awards

Mary Monson and Mara Schindelholz received awards for driving innovation and excellence in technology at the Labs and beyond.

Sandians build beds for kids in need

On a rainy Saturday in February, 25 Sandians volunteered their time to build beds and deliver them to children in the Livermore, California, area.

Sandia celebrates Earth Month

Celebrate Earth Month with Sandia by attending in-person and virtual events, learning from climate experts and volunteering with community involvement throughout April.

Excited students attend STEM Day for Girls

A group of 41 fourth- and fifth-grade students participated in STEM activities led by staff from Sandia and the American Association of University Women.