Scientist Israel Owens developed a tiny crystal and laser that can safely measure up to 20 million volts and accurately define the energies of gamma rays, like those generated by the HERMES accelerator.
Researchers Leo Small, Erik Spoerke and Martha Gross developed sodium batteries that can operate at lower temperatures, at a lower cost, more safely and for longer than standard lead-acid or lithium ion batteries.
Acousto-electric devices reveal new road to miniaturizing wireless tech
Range chief reflects on 41-year commute to tropical paradise
Airline safety center departs after 30 years
Sandia petroleum engineer featured on DOE Women in STEM