Sandia’s oldest department celebrates 75 years.
A retired nuclear-bomb trainer, built in 1954, was the latest item in the Weapon Dismantlement and Disposition Program to be moved into the final stage of its lifecycle.
Thirty years ago, the U.S. conducted its last nuclear weapons test and enacted a ban on nuclear testing. Engineer and manager Freddie Hidalgo recounts his experiences while working on underground nuclear tests at the Nevada Test Site.
The board began in 1972 and continues to advise designers on packages containing hardware of nuclear components and devices.
A memo written by Richard Claassen 65 years ago changed the course of science and technology research at the Labs. These changes continue to impact research at Sandia daily.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History began construction on a new center that will feature more than 120 individual items, systems and deployment technologies.
Meet eight members of Sandia staff who assisted in rescue and recovery at the Pentagon following 9/11.
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.
A glimpse of what was happening at the Labs on September 11, 2001.