Sandia LabNews

Kauai Test Facility launches its largest missile

Sandians spent four years preparing the test facility to accommodate the missile that sailed over the Pacific Ocean earlier this year.

A goal for everyone

Labs Director James Peery unveils a new 10-year target objective designed to strengthen the Labs’ mission, operations and culture.

Mimicking mother nature: New membrane to make fresh water

Sandia scientists and their collaborators design an electrodialysis membrane inspired by a protein in algae that may be more effective than reverse osmosis.

Sandia helps set up future of ocean research with hydrogen fuel cells

Inspired by scientist Lennie Klebanoff’s research, students at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at U.C. San Diego urged their college to commit to a zero-emissions fleet of research vessels.

Sandia 3D-imaging workflow has benefits for medicine, electric cars and nuclear deterrence

The new method produces a range of computer-simulated outcomes, which could equip engineers and doctors with better information.

Sandia-developed solar cell technology reaches space on board small satellite

mPower Technology’s DragonSCALES was initially developed at the Labs to reduce the cost of creating solar technology and increase its efficiencies. Future projects may take the technology as far as the moon.

Better together

Programs like Paws and Stripes and New Mexico Kids Matter train and provide service dogs to veterans and children. These nonprofits and others benefit from staff donations to United Way.

Look who’s turning 25

The Z Pulsed Power Facility, or Z machine, celebrates a history of power and innovation at Sandia.

Two Sandians join 2021 class of 40 Under Forty honorees

Rachel Gupton and Gabriel Mondragon were recognized by Albuquerque Business First for their achievements at Sandia and philanthropic outreach.

From orchard to food bank

On a beautiful day in September, Sandians and their families picked a truckload of fresh apples that were donated to Roadrunner Food Bank through the Seed2Need initiative.