Sandia LabNews

Record-breaking, ultrafast devices step to protecting the grid from EMP

A new Sandia device can shunt record-breaking excess electricity in a few billionths of a second.

International collaboration compares geologic repository assessment tools

Sandia researchers have developed software that supports the assessment of possible sites to dispose of spent nuclear fuel in the future.

Cheers to five more years

An initiative that helps businesses transform New Mexico national laboratories’ technologies into viable products and services will continue driving innovations to market into 2027.

Could quantum technology be New Mexico’s next economic boon?

The Quantum New Mexico Coalition aims to establish the state as a national hub and create quantum computing jobs locally.

Center of collaboration

The Plasma Research Facility has attracted experts with a variety of interests and goals from universities, other national labs and abroad to perform research at Sandia.

One year after nuclear deterrence reorganization: internal, external collaborations going strong

The reorganization has enhanced collaboration between nuclear deterrence and other groups that provide critical support.

Including everyone at the table

Tech transfer specialist Kelli Howie has received national recognition for programs that she created to encourage inventorship and entrepreneurship among women.

Shaping the next generation of scientists

In February, the Labs hosted the virtual regional DOE National Science Bowl for students in New Mexico and California. More than 40 Sandia employees volunteered as moderators and scorekeepers.

New Mexico education, now and in the future

The Community Engagement Speaker Series hosted the state public education secretary for a presentation on his goals for the next year.

Making waves to combat climate change

Meet Sandia water systems expert Kelley Ruehl and read about her unconventional path to becoming an engineer.

SWAN supports Roadrunner during Women’s History Month

Members of the Sandia Action Women’s Network created 469 emergency food kits that will be distributed to families across New Mexico.