In partnership with NASA, Sandia researchers design reliable and resilient microgrids that could sustain astronauts, mining and fuel processing on the moon.
The environmentally friendly coating, derived from a baking ingredient, outperforms conventional materials.
A new Sandia device can shunt record-breaking excess electricity in a few billionths of a second.
Engineers find that solid-state batteries with a little liquid electrolyte are safer than lithium-ion batteries.
Sandia updated software to support regulators’ evaluation of the consequences of nuclear accidents.
Scientists may have discovered how to make more efficient batteries using a microscopic solution.
The fog facility at Sandia enables researchers to test new technology, like self-flying vehicles, in conditions that mimic nature.
After a series of tests that mimic a raging-hot fire, the team found that their sealed, stainless steel containers did not break open.
A Sandia chemical engineer has been recognized by DOE’s Women @ Energy: STEM Rising website, which honors women in STEM fields throughout the DOE complex.