Sandia LabNews

Atomic-scale manufacturing might not just be for qubits anymore

A recent LDRD Grand Challenge project could transform electronics and solve energy challenges.

A virtual success

In Sandia’s first distinguished visit done virtually, the DOE secretary connected with staff, programs and the workforce.

Black engineer awards distinguish Sandia Labs

Ten engineers received awards for their expertise in mechanical, electrical, civil, aerospace and aeronautical engineering, as well as academic pursuits and community involvement. Read about this year’s winners.

Town Hall highlights achievements, engagement survey results

“This is an outstanding time to do world-class engineering and research in support of our national security,” Labs Director James Peery said during the virtual event on Feb. 17.

Sandia engineer elected fellow of two prestigious national societies

Manager Babu Chalamala has been elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science and National Academy of Inventors for his technical contributions to energy storage systems.

Sandia mechanical engineer receives Big Brothers Big Sisters award

Mechanical engineer Austin Hamlett received the Big Bang Award for his demonstration of a dynamic density-based lava lamp.

Sandia scientist to lead Minerals, Metals and Materials Society

Brad Boyce brings his experience in materials science to his three-year tenure with the society.

Family-friendly policies earn Sandia top-level recognition

For the third year in a row, Family Friendly New Mexico awarded Sandia its highest recognition for policies related to paid leave, health support, work schedules and economic support.

Spotlight on research and development misconduct

Fabricating, falsifying or plagiarizing research can have a devastating impact. Learn how to identify and report R&D misconduct.

Women @ Energy blog features Sandia director

Amy Halloran, director of nuclear fuel cycle and grid modernization, has been recognized by the DOE in a series that honors women in STEM fields throughout the DOE complex.