A new platform that provides higher-fidelity test results for biofluids is ready for commercialization.
Honorees include a seizure-predicting device, software that optimizes network microgrids, tech that streamlines additive manufacturing and others.
Former Ambassador Brooks stepped down from the NTESS Board of Managers in May. In an interview with Lab News, he reflects on his exciting career in public service, from a nuclear-powered submariner to negotiating treaties and leading NNSA.
Albert Narath, a chemist and head of Sandia from 1989 to 1995, died May 2, leaving a legacy of commitment to research at the Labs.
Senior strategist and executive coach Elizabeth Roll influences executive decision-making and mentors staff on a similar path.
Stan Atcitty, senior scientist and member of the Navajo Tribe, receives prestigious recognition for his work in power electronics and energy storage.
Sandia scientist Andy Mounce’s work with diamond quantum sensors as earned him a DOE Early Career Research Award.
Senior engineer Doug Deming credits his successful 29 years at Sandia to on-the-job learning opportunities that have allowed him to expand his experience beyond his academic degrees.
Judges favored projects that demonstrate practical impact and technological significance. Since 1976, Sandia has earned 144 R&D 100 awards.