Sandia spent roughly $983 million on goods and services in fiscal year 2015, up nearly $21 million from the previous year, and New Mexico businesses received more than $381 million, or 39 percent of the total, according to the Labs’ latest economic impact report.
Laboratory Directed Research & Development (LDRD) was established in 1990 by Congress to let scientists at national laboratories do creative, innovative, independent research.
Advancing the Next Generation of Leadership Excellence (ANGLE), a Sandia affinity group, is here to help employees — new and established — connect and excel. ANGLE began in 2007 as the Sandia chapter of North American Young Generation in Nuclear, but has grown from a nuclear engineering-focused early career group to one that serves all Sandians.
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Sandia's annual postdoc showcase highlights work of next-generation researchers
Jeff Brinker elected a Fellow of National Academy of Inventors
Dr. King’s dream continues to motivate and inspire Sandia HR & Communications VP Melonie Parker
HyStEP device will bring hydrogen refueling stations online quicker
Cami Belcher, a graduate student intern, has looked up to the New Mexico State Fair Queen ever since she was little. “That girl with her hat and crown, riding around the arena; that’s what I always wanted to be,” says Cami.