Modeling terrorist behavior with Sandia social-cultural assessments
A team of Sandia social-behavioral scientists and computational modelers recently completed a two-year effort, dubbed “Mustang,” to assess interactions and behaviors of two extremist groups. The purpose of their study was to inform U.S. and U.K. decision-makers about the groups' possible reactions to specific communications.
Sandia Labs spending tops $1 billion, economic impact booms in FY18
Sandia spent nearly $1.3 billion in goods and services in fiscal year 2018, with spending on New Mexico companies up by $55 million compared to the previous year, according to the Labs’ latest economic impact report.
Heat it and read it
Thanks to the addition of a heating element, Sandia's SpinDx can now perform both protein and nucleic acid tests to identify nearly any cause of illness, including viruses, bacteria, toxins or immune system markers of chemical agent exposure.