Sandia scientists observe laser that records measurements in hypersonic wind tunnel

November 08, 2018

Wind tunnel and lasers give nation a hypersonic proving ground; First-ever Innovation XLab takes energy storage research, technology to investor community; H2AWSM: Cool cars, more fueling stations; Sandia hosts next generation of nuclear experts; Marines, to MMA, to subcontract manager; New strategy helps triple Labs veteran hires; Kenneth Armijo wins UNM Zia award

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Sounding rocket launch at Kauai Test Facility

October 25, 2018

Sandia delivers first DOE sounding rocket program since 1990s; Majority rules when looking for earthquakes, explosions; Quantum research gets a boost at Sandia; Scientists, leaders take home five awards honoring their work; Some like it cryogenic

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DOE Secretary Rick Perry and Labs Director Steve Younger

October 11, 2018

Rick Perry thanks employees for national service; Labs Director signs annual assessment letter; Six join ranks of Labs Fellows; Sandia Labs names first Jill Hruby Fellows; Jackie Chen elected fellow of the American Physical Society; Raising the visibility of women in computational mechanics; Second act: Sandia retirees band together to help small businesses with tech challenges; Nobel Laureate underscores CINT annual meeting; In case of emergency: Urban Shield 2018; Sandia helps girls develop a taste for STEM subjects

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biologist releases bird after examination

September 28, 2018

The early biologist catches the bird; Slithering science; Small-business recycling ventures propelled by Sandia engineering; Colorado national lab cuts water use in half, thanks in part to Sandia; Sandia interns sprint to the challenge; Sandia Gives Campaign October 8-26, 2018

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soot formation graphic

September 14, 2018

Cracking the code to soot formation; Q&A with 2019 Truman Fellows; Business partnerships, technology transfer earn Sandia four regional awards; Detecting quark nuggets, a candidate for extreme ball lightning and dark matter; Society of Women Engineers recognizes Jackie Chen with its highest honor; Sandia hosts Albuquerque’s first CyberPatriot Advanced CyberCamp; ‘A win-win for everybody’; Strongest of the strong

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Researchers view computer simulation

August 30, 2018

Sandia engineers world’s most wear-resistant metal alloy; Blast tube tests at Sandia simulate shock wave conditions nuclear weapons could face; Sandia Science & Technology Park celebrates 20 years, announces positive economic impact; Visitors study physics of Earth, exoplanet minerals under pressure; Shocking experiences bring intern back for more

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Dori Ellis takes a walk on the California campus

August 16, 2018

Q&A with the ALD: Looking into Associate Labs Director Dori Ellis’ crystal ball; Researchers discover new source of formic acid over Pacific, Indian oceans; Cutting it short; Keeping perspective during a long recovery; Operation Backpack expands reach to Moffett Air National Guard; From concept to commercialization: 40 years of concentrating solar power research; Sandia engineer receives top honor; Florida gator savors watermelon

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vial of gold supercrystals

August 03, 2018

Large supercrystals promise superior sensors; Progress toward plugging an antibiotic pump; 20 years of atmospheric science in the Arctic celebrated at barbecue; Sandia researchers named Combustion Institute fellows; First responders confront shooters, explosives in emergency exercise

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Sandia scientists work on a dry cask simulator for boiling water reactor assemblies

July 20, 2018

Dry casks take the heat; Diesel doesn’t float this boat; The amazing growth of renewable energy from solar cells: A lesson for how we fund research?; Computer science educator garners 2018 Sandia Excellence in Teaching Award; ‘Never allow others to place their limits on you’; Sandia to celebrate 40 years of solar power research; NNSA breaks new ground

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scientists work on optical mixer

July 05, 2018

Sandia light mixer makes 11 colors at once; Generating electrical power from waste heat; Sandia computational researcher wins DOE Early Career Research Program award; Smarter, safer bridges with Sandia sensors; Cooking composites in the sun

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June 21, 2018

DOE to deploy Arm-based supercomputer prototype at Sandia; NNSA Administrator Gordon-Hagerty touts mission, teamwork at all-hands meeting; DA talks tough on metro crime; Tafoya named industrial engineering fellow; Young women encouraged to blaze their own trails at Sandia’s Math and Science Awards; Fireproofing your home; Viva la Vida: Sandia at Pride; Robot rivals rally to rope in rewards at rodeo

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robot tests 3D printed parts

June 07, 2018

Sandia’s robotic work cell conducts high-throughput testing ‘in an instant’; Five seconds at F/16, with a broken camera; DOE classifies Winalee Carter as ‘excellent’; International corrosion society elects first Sandia fellow; Predicting disease with big data; DOE visit highlights Sandia energy work with Indian groups; Riding bacterium to the bank; Raising the heat to lower the cost of solar energy

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uniform nanomaterials

May 24, 2018

A splash of detergent makes catalytic compounds more powerful; How microgrids could boost resilience in New Orleans; ‘Keep the pedal down’ for mission work: Nuclear Deterrence all hands; John Dec applauded on international stage; Shadid named SIAM fellow; 40th anniversary International Training Course; ANGLE goes to the dogs… and cats; Catching Dreams

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Climate chamber experiment set-up

May 11, 2018

Can you take the heat?; Exascale; Sandia LEEDs the way with New Mexico campus certification; Sandia celebrates Earth Day; Kids Day at Sandia; 40 Under Forty honorees serve Sandia’s mission

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Microfluidic chip used to make nanoparticles

April 27, 2018

Magnetic nanoparticles leap from lab bench to breast cancer clinical trials; Exploring Arctic clues to secure future with new Sandia, university partnership; First wind blade from a 3-D printed mold, energy-saving nanoparticles earn Sandia national FLC awards; Labs’ video producer wins silver in international film competition; Sandia measurements expert named Asian American Engineer of the Year; Sandia scores Innovation award; Family friendly business award; Pi Day serves up fun for local students, families

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Sandia scientist Jeff Brinker

April 12, 2018

Biologically inspired membrane purges most greenhouse gases from coal-fired smoke; Using biomimicry to detect outbreaks faster; Secretary Perry and Sandia: A science alliance; The power of community boosts acequia resilience; The arrival of Spring

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Mk21 fuze

March 16, 2018

Sandia on target for first Mk21 Fuze flight test in 2018; A greater chance to thrive - 5 percent pricing preference gives bidding advantage to NM small businesses; Sandia researchers named Fellows of The Combustion Institute; Black engineering awards conference honors 5 Sandians; Full STEAM ahead - Students learn about Sandia’s global security work during state STEAM event

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March 01, 2018

The guns of shock physics - Studying materials information through dynamic compression; Road, rail, boat - Sandia transport triathlon puts spent nuclear fuel to the test; Cleaner, more efficient combustion - Insights on new chemical mechanisms boost understanding of process; Sandians honored for sustainability efforts; Jacqueline Chen elected to National Academy of Engineering

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February 15, 2018

Glowing designer sponges — New MOF particles engineered to image and treat; Seeing stars - Sandia team designs a new way for additive manufacturing; Living in a material world; Valentine’s gift bolsters United Way program - $50,000 donation helps launch Mission: Families; Danelle Tanner is 1st Sandian named as LGBTQ+ Scientist of the Year; Project management jobs pipeline focus of Sandia, University of New Mexico agreement

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February 02, 2018

Small, NM businesses key factor in Sandia’s 2017 economic impact; Understanding blast impact - Modeling, simulations aim to boost understanding of injuries, body armor; Sandia supplies essential element to local science classrooms; Sandia donates $25,000 to Valley Children’s Museum; New radiation detectors developed at Sandia used for New START inspections; Supercomputing under a new lens - A Sandia-developed benchmark re-ranks the top computers

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January 05, 2018

Computer modeling aids solder reliability in nuclear weapons; Reducing the traffic jam in batteries; New Sandia balloon-borne infrasound sensor array detects explosions; Pioneering smart grid technology solves decades old problematic power grid phenomenon

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January 18, 2018

Sandia going all-out to recruit top-tier cybersecurity talent; Researchers work on new way to image the brain; Bringing a ‘wow’ factor to Sandia’s front door; AIAA names two Sandians as associate fellows; Three Sandians elected fellows of the American Physical Society

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December 08, 2017

Sandia joins gene editing safety project; Sandians take home five R&D 100 Awards; Chris LaFleur receives Clean Energy Education & Empowerment Award

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November 24, 2017

HADES uses alternative reality to mislead hackers; Sandians honored by American Indian Science and Engineering group; Charting new routes to renewables; Sandia brings warmth to Northern California fire relief; Making strides with small business; Diagnosing supercomputer problems; Sandia computational scientist Steve Plimpton receives IEEE Computer Society’s 2017 Sidney Fernbach Award; Sandia joins KAFB to mark Native American Heritage Month

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November 10, 2017

Deputy Secretary of Energy visits Sandia; Superior hydrogen catalyst just grows that way; W80-1 Alt 369 update; The infrastructure for more solar at Sandia; Smarter, cleaner, recycling at Sandia; A desire to serve; Service to the nation

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Wave power

October 27, 2017

New engine optics to fuel research; Optimizing Wave Energy; Choose your own Army base; Real-time SuperLab demonstration; Managing global biorisk; Sandians named distinguished alumni of UNM Engineering School; Optical Society Fellows

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A cooler filter

October 13, 2017

A cooler filter - Reducing power plants’ freshwater consumption with Sandia’s new silica filter; Sunny side up - New fractal-like concentrating solar power receivers are better at absorbing sunlight; Three Sandia engineers recognized by Society of Women Engineers; Impactful Times - The story of decades of Sandia’s shock physics research; Tech transfer on track - Tips for going from scientist to CEO

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Back to the Canyon

September 29, 2017

Remembering Sen. Pete Domenici; Cool flames for better engines; Painless microneedles extract fluid for wearable sensors; Back to the Canyon - Sandia team continues to quantify fatigue using wearables; Sandia computing researcher wins DOE Early Career Research Program Award; Sandia marks Hispanic Heritage Month; Sandian to co-edit new technical journal

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Cleaning up subways

September 15, 2017

Nanotech experts at Sandia create first terahertz-speed polarization optical switch; Cleaning up subways - Sandia’s 20-year mission to stop anthrax in its tracks; Sandia wins 5 regional tech transfer awards; Understanding chemistry in low-temp combustion; Downtown bound - Sandia opening an office in the heart of Albuquerque’s innovation district; Sandia’s first machine learning and deep learning conference; Meet Sandia’s rodeo queen; What we saw at the eclipse

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Shining a light on black holes

September 01, 2017

Shining a light on black holes - X-ray emission models need revision, tests at Z machine reveal; Beating the heat with nanoparticle films; Alternative Pyroshock Testing eliminates need for explosives; Sandians honored by IEEE Albuquerque Section; Sandia computer donation program puts high-tech in hands of K-12 students; Donation of supply-stuffed backpacks to military families breaks records

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Velocity-mapped ion imaging

August 17, 2017

Velocity-Mapped Ion Imaging hits 30 years of research at Sandia; Div. 8000 in forefront of cutting-edge weapons work - W80-4 LEP, Mk21 Fuze Replacement modernization programs on-time, on-budget; World’s smallest neutrino detector finds big physics fingerprint; Division 8000 - It’s more than ‘just’ California now; The good, the bad, and the algae; InterSpec - Quick, accurate, integrated radiation analysis; Biofuels from bacteria - Sandia Labs helps HelioBioSys understand new clean energy source; From pinprick to prognosis in 15 minutes - Sandia adds HIV and tuberculosis to rapid medical testing system SpinDx; Posters on the Patio - Science and engineering event for everyone

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balloons and drones

August 04, 2017

Any data. Any time. Anywhere. - Telemetry group’s software improves how data is gathered, analyzed; Balloons and drones and clouds; oh, my! - Sandia collects more precise weather, climate data with help from unmanned aerial system; Technology to go - Sandia tech transfer successes; 2018 Truman Fellows boost mission-relevant research at Sandia; Sandia, LANL name new CINT director, co-director; Islamic Center kids, Sandia coach, win big in STEM competition

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Jill Hruby Fellowship announced

July 21, 2017

New fellowship named for former Labs Director Jill Hruby; X-ray vision - Peeking into the softer side of materials; From ideas to inventions - Techno-Economic Analysis; On the trail of a killer – Sandia’s BaDx anthrax detector

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A scintillating discovery

July 07, 2017

A scintillating discovery; Sandia/Goodyear CRADA marks 25 years; Women Worth Watching; Volunteer project hits close to home for Sandia intern; Optimizing hydrogen-powered passenger ferries; Clean water that’s ‘just right’

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Tonopah upgrades help Sandia testing

June 23, 2017

Tonopah upgrades help Sandia testing; Catch a wave; Sandia marks Pride Month; Weapon Intern Program; Building a community of new parents; Finding a molecular needle in a haystack; John Dec, Paul Miles receive recognition from ASME

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It really is rocket science

June 09, 2017

‘It Really Is Rocket Science!’ - History of rocketry at Sandia told in award-winning film; Trustworthy - Overcoming the trust barrier in NW verification measurements; Sandia recognizes innovative Livermore teachers; Annual Robot Rodeo offers bomb squads an unbeatable experience; Sandia researchers named IEEE Fellows

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May 25, 2017

We remember Christopher-A Memorial Day story; treasure from trash; Testing for Zika virus; Build for the future - Sandia awards $135 million in construction contracts to NM businesses; ASME elects Fellows from Sandia; Sandia intern named Goldwater Scholar; Bay Area’s top female high school students in math, science recognized; Sandia/NNSA partnership builds on strong foundations; Celebrating Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month

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May 12, 2017

Brain-inspired computing; Clean-energy businesses tap into Sandia technical expertise; Sandia hosts Chinese delegation; All eyes on Austin at SXSW conference; Our first pipeline

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April 27, 2017

Drop of mock B61-12 is first of new flight tests; There’s nothing typical about work at Sandia’s Tonopah Test Range; Fighting Ebola and analyzing emerging biotechnologies; Miquelita Carrion recognized as a Woman of Influence; Sandians deliver TED-like Talks

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April 21, 2017

Brain boosting; Strategic Petroleum Reserve taps Sandia expertise; Better living through pressure; Come and knock on our door; Buy Green -Sandia’s eco-friendly contracting; Top Doc -Dr. Melissa Garcia recognized; $20,000 math grant in Carlsbad; Sandia’s newest 40 under Forty honorees

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March 17, 2017

Beating the daily grind - Predicting the limits of friction on metals; Power partners - Sandia draws industry into quest for cheaper, cleaner electricity; Bad Apples - New brain-inspired cybersecurity system detects ‘malicious players’ 100 times faster; Plants at the pump - Sandia seeks toughest strains of algae for biofuel production as part of multilab project; Reversing the curse - Sandia researchers develop mathematical methods to improve computational efficiency in quantum chemistry Shoe Box Challenge shows creativity, ingenuity of engineers; A head for business - Researchers who leave Sandia to start a company can now be joined by non-R&D staff; Science Café – Nuclear energy risk perception; STEM Day at the Labs; Academic Alliance workshop focuses on autonomy R&D; ISEE honors retired Sandia explosives engineer Dale Preece

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March 03, 2017

On Deterrence documentary now online; Sandia researchers create 3-D metasurfaces using III-V semiconductors, opening a world of optical possibilities; Evaluating nuclear weapons - A key Sandia mission; Sandia researchers use confined nanoparticles to improve hydrogen storage materials performance; Origin of spooky meteor noises reappraised by Labs researchers; Super plants need super ROOTS; Gary Polansky named Fellow of AIAA; Dan Sinars represents Sandia in first energy leadership class

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Using kinetics to make ceramic coatings

February 16, 2017

Using kinetics for ceramic coatings; Energy in the marketplace; Power Players; ‘TourSandia’ without a badge; TMS honors Sandia computational materials researcher; Sandia mentor and student intern win joint ACS award; Born into engineering; Energy in the marketplace

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Augmented reality at Sandia

February 02, 2017

Augmented reality to enhance security; A new dawn for AM; Two Sandians receive Presidential Early Career awards; Alex Brown elected ASME Fellow; Understanding how brittle materials fail; Solar glitter technology moves closer to market ; Social underpinnings of physical science research; Campione wins ACES Early Career Award; Sandia’s Data Center Consolidation Initiative

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Sandia flexible work schedules

January 05, 2017

It works for me . . .; Honey, I shrunk the circuit; Computer modeling to eradicate diseases; Sandia donates 725 books to Livermore VA hospital; Custodian Dale Vernon Marsh is Labs’ longest-serving ever; Spray Combustion Consortium launched

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Monitoring rim-to-rim hikers

December 08, 2016

Safe, secure, sustainable labs; Sandia Science & Technology Park is a place to grow; Students zip through Electric Car Challenge; Monitoring Grand Canyon hikers rim to rim

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Sandia wins 6 R&D 100 awards

November 23, 2016

Detecting composite material damage; Honoring our veterans; Talk to us; Sandia, Singapore join forces to develop energy storage; Sandia wins 6 R&D 100 awards; Sandia entrepreneur moves with market; Restoring iconic aircraft

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Advances in quantum computing

November 10, 2016

Unsung heroes of radiation detection; Sandia Emergency responders participate in active shooter exercise; Sandia diversity specialist wins inaugural award from AISES; From Albuquerque to Afghanistan and back again – A veteran’s journey

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Advances in quantum computing

October 27, 2016

Diamonds Aren’t Forever; ‘We need to be both smart and good’; B61-12 Flight Test team honored; Sandia inks SpinDX license agreement; Master Research Agreement with University of Akron; Brain games and tests; Former Sandia VP named to National Science Board; Calling all entrepreneurs; Tritium introduced in fusion experiments at Sandia; CINT manager elected president of Materials Research Society

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Fresh water for energy

October 13, 2016

Wave of the future ; Rebooting computing; Fragment tracking offers insights into explosion dynamics; Bill Camp wins prestigious Seymour Cray award; Sandia marks Disability Awareness Month; It’s H2GO! For San Francisco’s Red and White Fleet; Sandia tests nuclear battery safety for NASA’s Mars 2020 mission; Applying for clean-energy help through Small Business Vouchers pilot program; Sandians give back during annual campaign

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Fresh water for energy

September 29, 2016

Fresh water for energy; Exascale rising!; sandia researchers win prestigious HENAAC awards; Sandia chronicles 20 years of bioscience research; FLC in ABQ; Sandia employees give back through annual campaign; Materials society names Sandia’s Don Susan Fellow

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Buubles capture CO2

September 16, 2016

Follow the carbon; A complex problem with concrete; ‘Goldilocks’ temperature range just about right; Sled track simulates high-speed accident in B61-12 test; New computer cooling method could save millions of gallons of water; Meet Sandia’s 2017 Truman Fellows; Gus Potter named Health Physics Society Fellow; Predicting, modifying new materials; Sandia fuel cell membrane outperforms market; Salvatore Campione honored by IEEE-HKN

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Buubles capture CO2

September 01, 2016

Blowing bubbles to catch CO2; X-ray vision; When hurricanes take aim; Sen. Heinrich hosts 2016 Energy Summit; Encouraging STEM success for women of color; Clean leap; Trailblazer; Summer institute introduces Sandia interns to NW work; Friction, Fatigue, and Failure; Let it rain-Sandia’s clean water stewards; Remember the TITANS

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Combusion research

August 18, 2016

Beating bitcoin bad guys; Strong enough - Composite materials testing; Taking the 4/10 work week for a spin; Rising to the top - SWE recognizes Jill Hruby’s success; Mitigating silent hardware errors; A breath of fresh air; CO2 to fight climate change?; Student intern symposium; Operation Backpack delivers; From hamsters to horses, Jon Baldwin helps them all

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Geothermal drilling technology

August 04, 2016

Looking from space for nuclear detonations; Saving lives on the battlefield through engineering; Albuquerque area outstanding young engineers; Sandia’s 401(k) plan recognized among the best of the best; Sandia builds global energy storage database; Perspiration and passion are the secrets to success; Sandia installs largest Gigahertz Transverse ElectroMagnetic test chamber; CECOR students launch ThunderBird Cup

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Geothermal drilling technology

July 21, 2016

Geothermal drilling tool can take the heat; Studying a critical HIV protein; Former Army Ranger named Student of the Year; Sandia physicist Jim Bailey wins APS John Dawson award; Graduate students bringing critical skills to Sandia; Hand-on, Minds-on STEM program marks 30 years; An entrepreneur steers his young company; Early Career Outreach at Sandia

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A flash of insight

July 07, 2016

DNA - A new twist on data storage; A flash of insight - Research at Sandia’s Lightning Lab; Power investing - DOE funding moves two Sandia energy projects closer to the marketplace; Super cool - Balloons help gather Arctic data on supercooled liquid water; Sandians celebrate Pride, come together for Orlando; Join Forces - Military students get a taste of national lab research, a win-win for them and Sandia

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A burning question

June 23, 2016

Taking down Rift Valley Fever; Battling corrosion to keep solar panels humming; Fire break; 10th annual Robot Rodeo; Annual exercise tests Sandia’s emergency response skills; Mark Savage wins high-voltage IEEE Dunbar Award; Sandia radar expert Armin Doerry named an SPIE Fellow; Livermore students win Walter Bauer scholarships; IRS website design gets a facelift

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A burning question

June 09, 2016

Sparkplug-free gasoline auto engines; Lessons from Fukushima; Recognizing girls for math and science achievements; Melissa Teague named a PECASE winner; State office honors two Sandians for community efforts; Livermore, here’s Sandia!; The wild blue yonder; Small companies grow with a technical leg up; Meet Sandia’s Certified Master Safe Technician

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Warrior Women

May 26, 2016

Warrior Women; Next-gen cyber defenders; Movin’ and groovin’; Sandia Excellence in Teaching awards; Annual Performance Evaluation Report; Overachievers under Forty; Freedom Award; Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Festival; World’s fastest multiframe digital X-ray camera; Sandia interns named Goldwater scholars;

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Autoignition model

May 13, 2016

Start your engines; The doctor is in; Energizing the Corps; The thick of things; An early career boost for Sandia researcher; Sen. Udall hosts water roundtable; Sandia Executive VP Steve Rottler honored at Texas A&M

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Lessons from cow eyes

April 28, 2016

Cold War Warriors - The story of Sandia’s decades in nuclear field testing; Sandia named a top employer for Native STEM professionals; Lessons from cow eyes; Good neighbors - Sandia/California brings 60th anniversary into the community; Better, brighter, cheaper flat-panel displays; Sandia departments win Quality New Mexico awards; Sandia tapped to lead nationwide solar evaluation centers; Sandia needs ‘Zero Heroes’ to meet 2025 goal

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CRISPR genome-editing technology

April 15, 2016

Lighting up disease-carrying mosquitoes; Sandia tests whether homes are strong enough for solar; Directed-energy technology investments; Bumper crop of partnerships; CRISPR genome-editing technology; Hydrogen Risk Assessment Models toolkit now available; Bigger spaces for tiny parts; Cynthia Phillips named a SIAM Fellow; Two inspirational Sandia women in ceramic and glass engineering; Sandia inks pact with California Fire and Rescue Training Authority

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Sandia Flame Test Cell

April 01, 2016

Sandia flame cell tests, tames Godzilla-style fire; Jacqueline Chen inducted into Alameda County Women’s Hall of Fame; Mark Musculus named SAE Fellow; Melonie Parker named New Mexico HR Professional of the Year; Mentoring Café sparks girls’ interest in STEM; Current and former VPs commemorate Sandia/California’s 60th anniversary; Chinese nuclear security center opens with help from Sandia; Sandia nanomaterials researcher Hongyou Fan elected MRS Fellow; NNSA Administrator Lt. Gen Frank Klotz praises Sandia’s “constancy of purpose” at all-hands meeting; My Brother’s Keeper - White House-launched program brings STEM to life; City resilience - Sandia analyzes effects of rising sea levels in Norfolk; Women Catalyzing Innovation in New Mexico; Good Company - Small businesses picked to get Sandia clean-tech help

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Sandia WeaselBoard

March 03, 2016

WeaselBoard bites infrastructure bad guys; New ways of looking at glass-to-metal seals; Channeling the inner geek: ‘You know you’re an engineer when’ winners named; Always there: Sandia/California marks 60 years of engineering, science, and service; Burning Rubber: Sandia researchers win best paper award for review of how rubber ages; Service-driven women: Sandia marks Women’s History Month; Precise atom implants in silicon provide first step toward quantum computers; A new era of astronomy begins: Detection of gravitational waves called one of the century’s great science breakthroughs; A big reach: Sandia partnerships map shows impact across the US; Algae raceway paves path from lab to real-world applications; The apple doesn’t fall far: Sandia innovator named Most Promising Asian American Engineer

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Foiling suicide bombers

February 18, 2016

Foiling suicide bombers; Norm Augustine laments state of education, research; Iron nitride transformers could boost energy storage options; Finding more powerful semiconductor materials; Eastern Cherokees explore IT and partnership at Sandia; Introducing STEM students to careers in national service; Synergy between science and engineering enables exceptional results; You know you’re an engineer when . . .

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PREDICTING ICE SHEET LOSS – Irina Tezaur and Ray Tuminaro are part of a team tasked to help improve the reliability and efficiency of computational models that describe ice sheet behavior and dynamics.

February 05, 2016

Nondestructive Testing: Sandia looks inside composites; Decon, bombs, and above and beyond: Sandia takes home three national tech transfer awards; Sandians win Black Engineer of the Year awards; Ice sheet modeling of Greenland, Antarctica helps predict sea-level rise; Sandia making waves in marine energy systems; Grid modernization;

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Headlights of a laboratory: 25 years of LDRD

January 21, 2016

Sandia economic impact up in 2015; 25 years of LDRD; Enormous blades for offshore energy; ANGLEing toward success; When lightning strikes; CSI: Dognapping program honored

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ESEARCHER JUAN ELIZONDO-DECANINI holds two compact, high-voltage nonlinear transmission lines..

January 07, 2016

Got Solitons?; New phononic filter technology; HyStEP device speeds H2 station commissioning; Rodeo queen and chemical engineer; Dr. King’s dream motivates and inspires; Jeff Brinker elected a Fellow of National Academy of Inventors; Postdoc showcase

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Sandia, ASU collaborate on algae computational modeling

December 09, 2015

Sandia, ASU collaborate on algae computational modeling; A good day for BaDx; Chemists discover new pathway in mechanism of soot formation; New Mexico Electric Car Challenge; High Tech; Gil Herrera awarded UNM Lobo Award; Sandian honored with inaugural technologist award from American Vacuum Society.

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Thor’s hammer to crush materials at 1 million atmospheres

November 25, 2015

Thor’s hammer to crush materials at 1 million atmospheres; Sandia wins five R&D 100 Awards and a ‘green technology’ gold award; Bringing it home - Katrina Groth and Ethan Hecht win inaugural Robert Schefer Best Paper award; Jackie Chen receives DOE INCITE award; Poets, artists, musicians at Sandia celebrate and mourn warriors; Supercomputer benchmark developed by Mike Heroux gains adherents

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PANTHER research rethinks finding patterns in motion, makes sensor images searchable

November 12, 2015

Partnerships, mission synergy will shape Sandia’s future; Managing the data deluge; Jeff Koplow receives SunShot Innovation Fellowship; Sandia California Security Police Officers train to improve skills; New program lets researchers help companies that license their inventions; Big shots - Sandia X-ray radiography workhorses reach milestones; Supporting the nation’s nonproliferation goals; Annual emergency exercise an earth-shaking activity; Explosives legend Paul Cooper honored by NYU Polytechnic

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: Sandia retiree opens veteran retreat

October 29, 2015

Sandia retiree opens retreat for wounded warriors; DOE aims to expand lab ties to private sector; Todd Dunivan wins NM Distinguished Public Service Award; Carol Adkins named a UNM Distinguished Alumna

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Dirt-cheap catalyst may lower fuel costs for H2-powered cars

October 15, 2015

Dirt-cheap catalyst may lower fuel costs for H2-powered cars; Taking on H2 storage challenge; Removing excess nuclear waste from Alaska; Sandia researchers win ‘best paper’ award from AIAA; Carol Adkins named a UNM Distinguished Alumna

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Sandia Emergency Response Team wins big at HAZMAT Challenge

October 02, 2015

Sandia Emergency Response Team wins big at HAZMAT Challenge; Students explore brain science in after-school STEM club; The Martian author Andy Weir’s path to success began at Sandia; Two Sandia researchers on leave share their experiences as entrepreneurs

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