Sandia LabNews

Safer, more powerful batteries for electric cars, power grid

Engineers find that solid-state batteries with a little liquid electrolyte are safer than lithium-ion batteries.

Neuromorphic computing widely applicable, Sandia researchers show

Brain-based computing chips can solve more complex problems than those posed by artificial intelligence and may even apply to high-performance computing.

Pivoting toward the pandemic

Lab News reflects on two years of COVID-19 and how Employee Health Services' rapid response has helped keep the workforce safe.

New guidelines for wind energy systems

Researchers help the wind energy industry and U.S. military develop and evaluate rapidly deployable wind energy systems for use in defense and disaster response.

Preserving the past

The first staff archaeologist at Sandia brings the "cool factor" to protecting history beneath the Labs.

Sandia joins effort to close gender gap in nuclear security

Labs Director James Peery represents the Labs in a network that brings together leaders who work in nuclear policy and are committed to gender equity in their organizations.

Atmospheric scientist uses statistical approaches to study climate impacts

Researcher Diana Bull discusses her definition of climate security, her latest project CLDERA and how to educate others about the climate crisis.

Inspiring local interest in STEM

Sandia volunteers participated in the the Women Engineers Local Expo in Albuquerque last month.

Women's History Month events

Celebrate with Sandia Women’s Action Network and Sandia Women’s Connection by attending their virtual events throughout March.

Pandemic partners

Over the last two years, many staff members have enjoyed the comfort and companionship of their cats and dogs while they worked from home. Read more to meet several of Sandia's pets.