Sandia LabNews

Propelling 3D printing into the future

Borrowing inspiration from various printing techniques, a team of engineers develops a process that makes stronger materials in less time.

Living, racing and inspiring with Type 1

Sandia engineer Sofie Schunk won’t be going to the Olympics ... yet.

Researchers develop tantalizing method to study cyberdeterrence

Sandia developers build a multiplayer online war game to learn how people’s decisions during threatening situations can impact national security.

Arctic fiber: Using fiber optics to study seafloor permafrost

Scientists are combining sound, light and temperature measurements to map miles of Arctic seafloor.

Building effective leaders from the ground up

Michele LaMontagne and her talent management team are leveling up leaders at the Labs through two improved training programs.

Sandia partners with Alabama A&M to open AI cage

The new facility, which allows faculty and students to research the intelligence of artificial entities, is the latest project in a partnership that began through START HBCU.

Retired scientist’s influence still felt at Sandia today

Anita Renlund's work changed how Sandia understands explosives, but fewer people know of the impact she left on her colleagues.

Sandia Fellow Tina Nenoff elected to National Academy of Engineering

Tina has been recognized for her innovative contributions to engineering theory and practice.

Discover STEAM Day a success

The event drew more than 600 visitors to the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History.