This PDF is a short paper that introduced a PPT given by self-styled 'octogenarian hydrogeologist' Dr. John W. Hawley on 28 April 2o16 at the Urban Land Institute in Albuquerque, NM. Mike Hightower of Sandia National Laboratories, another smart guy, was a co-presenter. Download ULI-NM_WhitePaper He may be an octogenarian...
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Sandia researchers have demonstrated for the first time on a single chip all the components needed to create a quantum bridge to link quantum computers together.
(DOE/National Renewable Energy Laboratory) The Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, in partnership with Sandia National Laboratories, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory,...Show More Summary
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Nearly two years ago, Sandia National Laboratories researchers Joe Pratt and Lennie Klebanoff set out to answer one not-so-simple question: is it feasible to build and operate a high-speed passenger ferry solely powered by hydrogen fuel cells? The answer is yes. Show More Summary
Along with cars and planes, hydrogen power has the potential to make boat travel cleaner and quieter than possible with internal combustion power. The team at Sandia National Laboratories believes San Fransisco could be the perfect place...Show More Summary
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Sandia National Laboratories sent a mock B61-12 nuclear weapon speeding down the labs' 10,000-foot rocket sled track to slam nose-first into a steel and concrete wall in a spectacular test that mimicked a high-speed accident. It allowed engineers to examine safety features inside the weapon that prevent inadvertent nuclear detonation.
Nearly two years ago, Sandia National Laboratories researchers Joe Pratt and Lennie Klebanoff set out to answer one not-so-simple question: Is it feasible to build and operate a high-speed passenger ferry solely powered by hydrogen fuel cells? The answer is yes.
Sandia National Laboratories has sent a mock B61-12 nuclear weapon speeding down the labs' 10,000-foot rocket sled track to slam nose-first into a steel and concrete wall in a spectacular test that mimicked a high-speed accident. It allowed engineers to examine safety features inside the weapon that prevent inadvertent nuclear detonation.
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Computation is stuck in a rut. The integrated circuits that powered the past 50 years of technological revolution are reaching their physical limits. This predicament has computer scientists scrambling for new ideas. Show More Summary
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) Industrial interest is expected in a vehicular fuel cell membrane able to excrete protons at the most effective temperature ranges, allowing electrons to form an unimpeded electric current.
(DOE/Sandia National Laboratories) An image-processing and analysis software developed at Sandia National Laboratories has swept the ranks of the country's bomb squads. Called XTK, it has spread through the military and emergency response communities so rapidly that it's now in the hands of more than 20,000 users across the globe.
Mike Kent, a researcher in Sandia National Laboratories' Biological and Engineering Sciences Center, is studying a protein called Nef involved in HIV progression to AIDS with the ultimate goal of blocking it. He and his collaborators have developed a new hybrid method to study this HIV protein that compromises the immune system. Show More Summary
Rift Valley fever virus and other bunyaviruses may soon be added to the list of viruses denied access to a human host. Sandia National Laboratories researchers have discovered a mechanism by which RVFV hijacks the host machinery to cause infection
Sandstone Diagnostics, a Livermore, California company that spun out of the Sandia National Laboratories, won FDA clearance for the Trak male fertility system. The device allows men to measure the sperm count in their semen without having to go to the clinic. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 2, 2016 -- A group of scientists from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; the University of California, Santa Barbara; Sandia National Laboratories and Harvard University were able to fabricate tiny...Show More Summary
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Sandia National Laboratories video producer Myra Buteau swept a hand toward the top shelf of a bookcase stuffed with black cases of high-definition tapes. The biggest challenge in telling the story of Sandia's years...Show More Summary
Sandia National Laboratories has produced a half-hour video about those who spent years working on Sandia's above-ground and underground field tests.
Xerox's cutting edge PARC company has teamed with Sandia National Laboratories to print low cost, super efficient concentrating solar panels Xerox Could Blow Open Concentrating Solar Power Field With New Printer was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Scientists at NASA’s Ames Research Center, the University of California, Davis, and Sandia National Laboratories have developed a small diagnostic instrument intended to be used by astronauts while on long space missions. It’s expected...Show More Summary
The DOE wants to step up its wind energy game in a big way. And I mean big. Sandia National Laboratories has been tasked with the challenge of designing an offshore wind turbine that can spin out 50 megawatts of carbon-free juice—using 650 foot blades that harness the fiercest winds on Earth. Read more...