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1996 - 1997 News Releases
Output of Sandia Z Accelerator Climbs Closer to Fusion (August 1, 1997)

Dealing With the Terrorist Threat: World's Top Bomb Squads Get 'Mitts-On' Training at Sandia's Operation Albuquerque (July 23, 1997)

Sandia's 8 "R&D 100" Awards Are Its Best Effort (June 30, 1997)

Sandia Labs and Goodyear Expanding R&D Agreements (June 26, 1997)

Sandia-Developed System Could Lead to More Efficient Movement of Cargo Across US-Mexican Border (June 24, 1997)

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument Visitor Center Latest to Enjoy Sandia Photovoltaics Expertise (June 24, 1997)

'Smart' Micromachine Technology Licensed to Industry to Aid 'Second Silicon Revolution' (June 19, 1997)

DOE ASCI Teraflops Computer Fully Running For First Time (June 11, 1997)

Ralph James Wins 'Academy Award of Innovation' (June 1, 1997)

Metal Detecting Molecules May Find Use in Process Water Recycling, Groundwater Cleanup, Virus Detection, and More (May 29, 1997)

Joint U.S.-Russian Epidemiology Project to Seek Risk Factors for Hepatitis C (May 28, 1997)

Sandian Receives World's Most Prestigious Robotics Honor (May 15, 1997)

Never-Tiring Robots Help Dismantle Nuclear Weapons Faster, More Safely (May 9, 1997)

Discover Magazine Names Sandian, Solar Two 1997 Finalists for Technological Innovation (May 8, 1997)

New Aircraft Repair Technique Receives FAA Certification, Delta L-1011 Returned to Trans-Atlantic Service (May 1, 1997)

Comet Crash: Teraflops Computer Simulates Colossal Comet Impact Into Ocean; Sandia exercise a tune-up for world's fastest computer (April 30, 1997)

Sandia Helps Former Soviet Union Protect Nuclear Material and Facilities (April 24, 1997)

Retiree Lessens Cost for U.S. to Visualize World Peace (April 23, 1997)

Protonic Computer Memory Remembers Information When Power Goes Off (April 10, 1997)

Sandia Automotive Technology Team Making Strides on Improved Lean-Burn Engines; Receives Special Recognition from Vice President Gore (March 31, 1997)

Sandia Models Procurement Practices After Industry (March 18, 1997)

Sandia Earns A+ On School Security Program Achievements (March 17, 1997)

Hostage Rescues Honed in Virtual Reality Simulation (March 14, 1997)

Goodyear, Sandia Combine Capabilities in Innovative Research Projects (February 10, 1997)

Sandia Scientist Wins E.O. Lawrence Award (February 7, 1997)

Sandia to Test Law Enforcement Technologies for U.S. Department of Justice (January 28, 1997)

NY Metropolitan Museum of Art, Sandia Work Together to Preserve Statues and Infrastructure (January 21, 1997)

Computational Molecular Biology Conference Attracts O.J. Simpson Luminaries (January 13, 1997)

Sandia Scientist Receives DOE Distinguished Associate Award (January 9, 1997)

Sandia Putting Expertise in Advanced Software Applications into Teraflops Supercomputer (December 16, 1996)

Sandia's FY96 Payroll, Pension Payments, Purchases, Taxes Put More than $800 Million into New Mexico Economy (December 3, 1996)

High-Output Sandia Accelerator Able to Predict Nuclear Blast Physics (December 2, 1996)

Russia's Mars '96 Mission Taps into Sandia Chemical Sensor Technology; Sandia engineers also involved in NASA Pathfinder mission (November 14, 1996)

Nation's Robotics Experts See Stronger Markets, New Applications For Robots and Intelligent Machines Through Greater Cooperation (November 11, 1996)

National Atomic Museum Exhibit Honors WWII Navajo 'Code Talkers' (October 31, 1996)

New Facility Geared to Take Robotics Research and Development to Next Level of Technological and Industrial Achievement (October 21, 1996)

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Sandia is a multiprogram laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin Company, for the United States Department of Energy under contract DE-AC04-94AL85000. With main facilities in Albuquerque, N.M., and Livermore, Calif., Sandia has major research and development responsibilities in national security, energy and environmental technologies, and economic competitiveness.

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