Sandia LabNews

Exploring explosives for expanding geothermal energy

Sandia researchers test explosives and propellants to create geothermal power sites.

New Mexico Nuclear Deterrence team visits Tonopah Test Range

Deputy Labs Director Laura McGill talks to staff and enjoys a tour of the site.

From postdoc to associate labs director

There are no limits if you’re willing to “step outside your comfort zone,” said Associate Labs Director Andy McIlroy, who began his career at Sandia as a postdoctoral researcher in 1991.

Science at Sandia: Motivated by curiosity, vital to national security and well-being

A memo written by Richard Claassen 65 years ago changed the course of science and technology research at the Labs. These changes continue to impact research at Sandia daily.

Sandia observes Juneteenth as federal holiday

The new, permanent Labs holiday commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African American people.

Virtual tools bring cybersecurity experts together to tackle tough problems

An annual workshop brings together cybersecurity experts from Sandia and the federal government to collaborate on solutions to cybersecurity challenges.

Sandians celebrate Pride Month

Sandia raised the Pride flag for the first time at the Labs, and staff joined the Sandia Pride Alliance Network float in the Albuquerque PrideFest parade last weekend.