Sandia LabNews

Developing energy projects for global tropics

A new 10-year agreement between Sandia and the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, has the potential to bring more reliable electricity to remote communities and the latest in electrical grid technology to rural areas in the world’s tropics.

Patient-friendly brain imager gets green light

The National Institutes of Health has granted Sandia $6 million to build the prototype medical device that would make magnetoencephalography — a type of noninvasive brain scan — more comfortable, more accessible and potentially more accurate.

Can the U.S. make bioweapons obsolete?

Sandia has partnered with the Council on Strategic Risks to plan a series of workshops designed to bring together government, national laboratories, academia, industry, policy and entrepreneur communities to address the challenges of mitigating and eliminating the risks of bioweapons.

Woman of Influence

Sylvia Saltzstein recently earned an Albuquerque Business First Women of Influence award for her leadership in Sandia’s nuclear energy groups and in the community.

Drive, determination and relationships

In honor of Women's History Month, Energy and Homeland Security Program Management Director Marcy Hoover describes her life and career of firsts and reflects on the importance of drive, determination and relationships in everything you do.

Engineering students visit CRF

Livermore High School science teacher Karen Fletcher and 12 sophomore students from the Green Engineering Academy got to see applied science in action during a Feb. 19 visit to Sandia’s California campus.

Shake, rattle and roll

About 45 Gallup, New Mexico, high school juniors and seniors took in a little shake, rattle and roll at Sandia’s Environmental Test and Evaluation Complex during a special March 4 STEM Day event organized just for them.