Sandia LabNews

Neutralizing antibodies for emerging viruses

Researchers have created a way to find, design and engineer new antibody therapies to protect from current and future biological threats.

New testing method yields pathway to better, longer-lasting batteries

Scientists may have discovered how to make more efficient batteries using a microscopic solution.

Sandia and AWE sign strategic intent document

The Mutual Defense Agreement formalizes the strong partnership between Sandia and the United Kingdom’s Atomic Weapons Establishment.

Sandia wins seven R&D 100 Awards and two specialty honors

Judges favored projects that demonstrate practical impact and technological significance. Since 1976, Sandia has earned 139 R&D 100 awards.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Associate Labs Director Susan Seestrom shared a message of solidarity and inclusion to honor the annual event. Susan is the executive champion of the Sandia Pride Alliance Network.

Sandia shines in inaugural Bay Area postdoctoral research SLAM

Three postdoctoral researchers distilled their ideas into three-minute presentations to participate in the inaugural competition.

Maximizing healthcare benefits in the new year

Many staff members and retirees selected new insurance plans for 2022. Learn how to make the most of benefits at Sandia.

Virtual Electric Car Challenge sparks creativity

Middle school students throughout New Mexico built, raced and presented battery-powered cars during the Labs-hosted event.

Coming together, making magic

A vibrant mural at the Sandia Science & Technology Park in Albuquerque celebrates women and science.

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers honors atomic physicist

Yuan-Yu Jau received a 2020 Professional Achievement Award for his innovative work. He shares why he loves working at Sandia and his experience of moving to New Mexico.

Turkey time

Sandia collected 181 turkeys and more than $6,000 on Take a Frozen Turkey to Work Day. Donations benefitted Roadrunner Food Bank.

Directors give back during Fall Leadership Forum

Leaders from all divisions gave their time to Albuquerque nonprofits last month.