After the terrorist attacks in 2001, Sandia leveraged its systems engineering expertise in new ways, creating an ongoing list of countermeasures for biological, cyber and chemical threats to the nation.
RetSynth software helps scientists identify the series of biological and chemical reactions needed to modify the molecules in a cell and ultimately create a desired biological product.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting stay-at-home orders, the Integrated Video Solutions team has expanded its digital toolset to ensure Sandia continues to meet mission deliverables.
The Energy and Homeland Security portfolio includes the formation of a climate change center in January and more than 40 cybersecurity projects for the Department of Homeland Security.
Volunteers support young leaders of innovation through a variety of educational outreach opportunities.
The Swainson’s hawk is the latest addition to Sandia/California’s wildlife.
Sandia expands its accident modeling software, called Melcor, to help the Nuclear Regulatory Commission evaluate the safety of new nuclear reactor designs.
A group of Sandians and international collaborators use computational models to predict the phenomena that occurs when hydrogen interacts with metals.
Andy McIlroy, associate labs director of the Integrated Security Solutions division, reflects on Sandia successes despite unprecedented challenges in the last 18 months.