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Successful sounding rocket campaign advances hypersonic weapon tech for Navy, Army

The vehicle spent about one minute above Mach 9 in a relevant altitude band, an unprecedented accomplishment for a sounding rocket.

A smart collar to catch carbon dioxide leaks

A device created by Sandia engineers would help ensure captured carbon dioxide stays deep underground.

National Hispanic technical honor goes to Sandia engineer

Sandia data engineer Rudy Garcia wins the award from the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers for his work with large software systems and remote-sensing applications.

Answering the call

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

DOE funds pandemic tracking software to prepare for future outbreaks

The DOE has awarded $5 million to create tools that prepare the nation for biological threats, including an infection-rate tracking program for COVID-19 developed by a Sandia team in 2020.

Getting chatty

HR Solutions’ new chat function helps Sandians get answers.

Electric car challenge sparks enthusiasm

Twenty-one schools from across New Mexico stage multiple teams.

SWAN serves up spaghetti, support at Ronald McDonald House

A volunteer team from Sandia Women’s Action Network cooked a hot meal, assembled gift bags and wrote encouraging notes.

STEM soars at the Discovery Festival

Mechanical engineers led hands-on science experiments at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico event on Nov. 18.