Sandia LabNews

Radar gets a major makeover

The overhauled design promises U.S. warfighters unprecedented flexibility and performance during intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations, even against sophisticated adversaries.

The right trousers

Researchers at Sandia explore whether exoskeleton systems can help protect workers from musculoskeletal injuries resulting from ergonomic issues, chronic overuse and more.

20 years of energy internships

The tribal energy internship program has provided hands-on experience and mentorship to many Native American students over the last two decades.

Two Sandia researchers receive E.O. Lawrence Awards

Sandia pulsed-power physicist Daniel Sinars and quantum information scientist Andrew Landahl have each received one of DOE’s highest scientific midcareer honors.

Photovoltaic panels catch the sun despite the snow

Early field trials show that a Sandia-developed coating for photovoltaic panels can increase energy output by as much as 85% in cold climates.

Mathematician uses DOE Early Career Research Award to capture more real-world data

Pete Bosler is an applied and interdisciplinary mathematician whose research could increase accuracy from simulations of complex domains like climate and plasmas.

Sandia student intern inspires women in STEM at summer physics camp

The sixth annual Summer Physics Camp for Young Women virtually hosted 40 teens from New Mexico and Hawaii this summer. Student intern Alex Miera led participants in creating, calibrating and using sensors to control a robotic hand.

Bike team raises $300K for MS research

Sandia cyclists find support and fun while training for and competing in the annual Bike MS ride. On average, the team raises $30,000 a year for multiple sclerosis research.