Sandia LabNews

Measuring a quantum computer’s power now faster and more accurate

Quantum computers, like the top picks in a sports draft, are highly valued and constantly evaluated. Sandia scientists invent a new yardstick for benchmarking their performance.

Economic impact: Sandia spends $3.9B, exceeds small-business goals

The Labs contributed a record amount to national and state economies in fiscal year 2021. Read about the people, businesses and programs that benefited.

Opening architecture to make air travel safer and easier

A new platform invites experts to quickly create upgrades to existing screening measures at airports. When adopted, travelers can look forward to increased safety and shorter lines at airport security.

U.S. Department of Labor recognizes Sandia for hiring veterans

Sandia was honored with the most prestigious award for its commitment to recruiting, employing and retaining U.S. military veterans.

Program helps speed up research of complex chemistry problems

A partnership of three national laboratories and two universities brings together experts to study heterogeneous catalysis.

NNSA Sandia Field Office manager ready to innovate, collaborate with Labs

In his new position, Daryl Hauck leads government oversight of the Labs, operations of the field office and overall administration of the Sandia contract.

Four researchers recognized by Society of Women Engineers

Laura Biedermann, Annie Dallman, Erica Douglas and Chris LaFleur were honored for their professional excellence, leadership and support of women in STEM.

Great Minds in STEM celebrates two Sandia engineers

Kenneth Armijo and Michael Omana were honored for their significant impact in science and engineering, the Hispanic community and the nation.

Sandians give hundreds of gifts, coats to families in need

Volunteers at the Labs’ California site led charitable efforts this year in partnership with Toys for Tots and One Warm Coat.