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Engineer taps into Sandia’s deep knowledge base to design high-reliability component

Systems engineer Robert Petterborg had an idea to improve something outside the scope of his role, then took a risk that led to big results.

New team enhances preservation of nuclear deterrence system designs

A Sandia group is leveling up its processes for tracking why and when important changes are made during design and development of these systems.

Sandia researchers explore capabilities in popular AI models

Researchers test artificial intelligence models like ChatGPT 3.5 to discover their personalities, possibilities, risks and boundaries.

How to be innovative at Sandia

Six R&D 100 Award winning team leads share their recipes for innovation.

Out of the desert, a quantum powerhouse rises

Read how New Mexico is quietly transforming itself into a hub for quantum tech.

Good days and memories at the Coronado Club

Closed since 2004, the club was the place to be for more than 50 years. One Sandian reflects on a trip to the club with her grandma.

Go back 75 years without leaving your seat

Don your Panama hat and Hawaiian shirt to tour Sandia’s past.

Sandia works to protect electric grid from solar threats, nuclear detonation

Communication systems and infrastructure resilience experts from throughout the Labs collaborated to propose mitigation options to the Department of Homeland Security.

Meet one of New Mexico’s most influential women in business

Communications expert Karli Massey shares how strategy inspires connectedness and innovation.

Science serving others

An engineer employs computer code to mitigate climate change and nuclear energy risks.

National Engineers Week

To honor its engineers, Lab News selected a few recent photos of excellent engineering happening around the Labs.