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National Solar Thermal Test Facility to take part in American Solar Energy Society Virtual Tour

Sandia National Laboratories’ (Sandia) Renewable Energy programs will participate in the American Solar Energy Society’s National Solar Tour Oct. 1-2, 2022. The largest grassroots…
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Sandia researcher wins career achievement award from Asian technical society

The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers has selected Sandia National Laboratories materials scientist Hongyou Fan to receive its 2022 Career Achievement Award. “It…
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In this photo from 2020, Christopher Barr, right, a former Sandia National Laboratories postdoctoral researcher, and University of California, Irvine, professor Shen Dillon operate the In-situ Ion Irradiation Transmission Electron Microscope. Barr was part of a Sandia team that used the one-of-a-kind microscope to study atomic-scale radiation effects on metal. (Photo by Lonnie Anderson)

Scientists chip away at a metallic mystery, one atom at a time

Gray and white flecks skitter erratically on a computer screen. A towering microscope looms over a landscape of electronic and optical equipment. Inside the…
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