The Labs’ response to threats posed by terrorism and anthrax attacks still shape its mission and programs 20 years later.
The Department of Homeland Security turned to Sandia and Pacific Northwest national laboratories to develop a new modular design that decreases costs and enhances threat detection.
While researching ways to decrease errors in electronic messages, computer scientist Celestino Corral invented a method that could make messages, like email, more difficult for unauthorized “listeners” to decode.
The Labs hosted a series of virtual events called Meeting of the Minds to discuss changing threats and ways to improve national cybersecurity.
Imaging tool under development exposes concealed detonators — and their charge
Sandia detection method might someday be incorporated into hand-held instruments
Sandia and the University of New Mexico are teaming up to create a new approach to teaching nuclear security. Their goal: create a one-of-a-kind, graduate-level program that focuses on technical skills in education, research and professional development.
New Infrastructure Operations Associate Labs Director Harold Yeldell joined Sandia in September. His new role represents the culmination of a long career in nuclear power that began when he graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy.
Construction of the road project on Kirtland Air Force Base, west of the Eubank gate entrance, began Oct. 1, 2019, and was expected to take 12 months. But thanks to reduced traffic due to the pandemic, the project was finished two months early and under budget.