Sandia LabNews

Helping protect medical professionals

A media comprised of a sandwich of materials, tested by Sandia, is being manufactured into N95-like respirators that could be used in local medical facilities.

Cybersecurity researchers take spotlight at national showcase

Two Sandia computer scientists were invited to pitch their software to investors, entrepreneurs and prospective customers at a special virtual event sponsored by DOE to accelerate the commercialization of federally developed technologies.

NNSA Administrator Gordon-Hagerty thanks Sandia during B61-12 recognition event

Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty, DOE under secretary for nuclear security and NNSA administrator, touted the work of Sandia and the entire Nuclear Security Enterprise during a B61-12 team recognition event, part of a tour of Sandia on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the Trinity Test.

Quantum computing expert honored by DOE

Sandia computer scientist Kevin Young believes that he can improve the performance of modern quantum information processors, and now the DOE Office of Science has named him to its Early Career Research Program.

COVID-19 can’t stop these kids

Sandia collaborated with local nonprofit R4 Creating for the third annual Robotics Training Institute for teens, a weeklong event that has become a summer highlight for the Labs’ robotics group. This year, they went virtual.

Building Sandia: Home of the MESA Complex

Part three in the Building Sandia architecture series explores the Microsystems and Engineering Sciences Applications Complex, or MESA, which is set apart aesthetically and functionally from other buildings and sites at the Labs.

Digital strategy boosts Labs recruiting efforts

Sandia’s recruiting team started preparing to locate and hire talent in the midst of a pandemic long before anyone had heard of social distancing or COVID-19. The team has employed a largely digital strategy that includes implementing a new candidate relationship management tool, Yello.

Eric Wollerman visit

New Kansas City National Security Campus President Eric Wollerman visited Sandia in July.