Sandia LabNews

World’s fastest burst-mode X-ray camera hits the road

Through a partnership with an Albuquerque-based startup, a camera that is fast enough to capture a nuclear reaction could become more widely available.

New solar thermal tower key component of national energy goals

The Labs began construction of a new solar tower at the National Solar Thermal Test Facility. Read more about the $25-million project.

National Black engineer awards celebrate Sandia Labs professionals

Three Sandians recently received 2023 Black Engineer of the Year Awards.

DOE honors Sustainable Aviation Fuel Grand Challenge team

Sandia lends its expertise to an effort by the secretary of energy to reduce flight emissions — not only on passenger flights, but in the entire aviation sector.

National excellence award exalts Sandia Labs executive

Mechanical engineer and senior executive Chris O’Gorman was recently awarded the 2022 American Indian Science and Engineering Society Executive Excellence Award.

Labs leader receives Women in Technology Award

Susan Seestrom, associate laboratories director for Advanced Science and Technology, received the award from the New Mexico Technology Council.

Sandia Fellow Theodore Kim: A steady hand

Engineer Ted Kim’s experience with hypersonic systems helps influence technological research at a national level.

Inspiring students in West Texas

A group of Sandians volunteered at the Introduce a Girl to Engineering event, hosted by Pantex Women in Nuclear in Amarillo, Texas.

Women’s History Month

Sandia Women’s Action Network invites staff to celebrate women and challenge biases during their virtual events in March.