Sandia LabNews

Magnetic nanoparticles leap from lab bench to breast cancer clinical trials

Dale Huber has been working on the challenge of making iron-based nanoparticles the exact same size for 15 years. Now, the Sandia materials chemist and his long-term collaborators at Imagion Biosystems will use these magnetic nanoparticles for their first breast cancer clinical trial later this year.

Exploring Arctic clues to secure future with new Sandia, university partnership

The Arctic is undergoing rapid change, with sea ice melting and temperatures rising at a faster pace than anywhere else in the world. Understanding these changes is crucial for shaping and safeguarding U.S. security in the future, say Sandia scientists.

First wind blade from a 3-D printed mold, energy-saving nanoparticles earn Sandia national FLC awards

Sandia’s energy-saving nanomaterial window films and first wind turbine blades made from a 3-D printed mold earn national honors from the Federal Laboratory Consortium

Labs’ video producer wins silver in international film competition

Brent Peterson accepted a silver medal for his 2017 ethics films at the New York Festivals International TV and Film Awards ceremony on April 10. Entries from more than 40 countries were submitted to the competition.

Sandia measurements expert named Asian American Engineer of the Year

“I am deeply both humbled and honored to have been nominated by Sandia and selected by CIE-USA,” senior scientist Hy Tran said of his selection. “This is not so much a personal honor. This honor belongs to Sandia National Laboratories.”

Sandia scores Innovation award

When it comes to promoting entrepreneurship and innovative technologies, Sandia stands out. That’s according to the Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group, which has honored the Labs with its prestigious 2018 Founders Award.

Family friendly business award

Options like the 9-80 schedule helped Sandia earn a Gold Award, the highest honor, on April 19 during the Second Annual Family Friendly Business Awards Luncheon, hosted by the nonprofit Family Friendly New Mexico at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

Pi Day serves up fun for local students, families

There was not a more perfect date for Sandia to host a Family Math Night than March 14 at Tomasita Elementary School.