Protecting canisters against corrosion
Researchers test coatings on stainless steel, which is used for canisters that hold spent nuclear fuel, to determine the best materials to protect the containers from corrosive sea air.
Electric vehicle battery safety takes the front seat
A Sandia-led team is working to create more affordable, convenient, efficient and resilient electric vehicle batteries.
Enhancing advanced nuclear reactor analysis
A team of engineers have developed a standardized screening method to determine the most important radioactive isotopes that could leave an advanced reactor site in the unlikely event of an accident.
Reducing risks from electric vehicle charging infrastructure
Sandia researchers conducted a survey of electric vehicle charger vulnerabilities that could influence policymaking and establish best practices for electric vehicle chargers in the future.
Improving hydrogen safety codes and standards
Sandia researcher earns a DOE award for his work that advances the safe deployment of hydrogen technologies.
The right trousers
Researchers at Sandia explore whether exoskeleton systems can help protect workers from musculoskeletal injuries resulting from ergonomic issues, chronic overuse and more.
Powering the moon: Sandia researchers design microgrid for future lunar base
In partnership with NASA, Sandia researchers design reliable and resilient microgrids that could sustain astronauts, mining and fuel processing on the moon.
Seashell-inspired Sandia shield protects materials in hostile environments
The environmentally friendly coating, derived from a baking ingredient, outperforms conventional materials.
Record-breaking, ultrafast devices step to protecting the grid from EMP
A new Sandia device can shunt record-breaking excess electricity in a few billionths of a second.
Safer, more powerful batteries for electric cars, power grid
Engineers find that solid-state batteries with a little liquid electrolyte are safer than lithium-ion batteries.