2000 News Releases

US-Mexico renewable energy programs help farmers, ranchers south of the border (December 18, 2000)

DOE, NNSA leaders to discuss science, major initiatives at Sandia Science Day Thursday, Dec. 14 (December 12, 2000)

Sandia licenses its micromachine design tools to Microcosm Technologies Inc. (December 11, 2000)

Sandia, DOE, Navajo Nation sign MOU (December 6, 2000)

Sandia to stimulate statewide wind power development (December 5, 2000)

Sandia accident-modeling software to help improve tomorrow's nuclear power safety regs (December 5, 2000)

Sandia's portable chemical vapor detection system being prepared for 'big' test (November 10, 2000)

Processing & Environmental Technology Laboratory to be formally dedicated (November 2, 2000)

Sandia's magnetically powered train development project funded by Congress, approved by President (October 31, 2000)

Cheesecloth-like device bends light with little loss (October 27, 2000)

Sandia to push nuclear vessel model until it 'pops' (October 19, 2000)

Sandia VCSEL generates ultraviolet light. (October 17, 2000)

Sandia hoppers leapfrog conventional wisdom about robot mobility (October 17, 2000)

Agreement signed to create 'smart' leg (October 16, 2000)

Light used to control size of nanopores (October 05, 2000)

Goodyear and Sandia Labs team to cut petrochemical industry energy costs (October 05, 2000)

Sandia spins off company to commercialize microsystems technology (October 05, 2000)

Sandia to pressurize scale model of nuclear reactor containment vessel until it fails (September 18, 2000)

Sandia materials model wins R&D 100 award (Hold for release September 27, 2000)

New Sandia control method opens doors for more photovoltaic systems being safely linked to electric grid (September 13, 2000)

Major issue impeding successful magnetic confinement fusion resolved by joint Sandia/General Atomics/UC-San Diego Research (September 13, 2000)

Antarctica, Sandia's 'garage-built,' supercomputer, may become 20th fastest in world (September 6, 2000)

Public continues to support the US nuclear deterrent, survey shows (September 5, 2000)

New technique tests, may create, materials (August 30, 2000)

Sandia robotic assembly software licensed to Ultramax (August 30, 2000)

Chem-bio decontamination formulation licensed to EnviroFoam (August 29, 2000)

Tiny sampling device promises big results for detection and analysis of chemicals (August 28, 2000)

Sandia researchers perform first-ever multiple copper corrosion experiments on single silicon wafer (August 3, 2000)

SBA awards Sandia its Dwight Eisenhower Award for Excellence (July 28, 2000)

Sandia Red Team hacks all computer defenses (July 24, 2000)

Sandia chem-bio decontamination foam licensed to Modec (July 20, 2000)

Summer workshop on school safety draws concerned educators to Dallas July 26-28 (July 13, 2000)

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority brings solar electricity to homes in remote areas (July 13, 2000)

DOE satellite begins research mission (June 14, 2000)

Second Southwest as a Region of Innovation conference to focus on microsystems cluster (June 13, 2000)

MEMS technology licensed by Sandia National Labs to AXSUN Technologies (June 12, 2000)

Sandia develops vertical cavity surface emitting laser that promises to reduce cost of fiber optics connections (June 6, 2000)

Two Sandia inventions named among the year's best (June 5, 2000)

Sandia's tiny canals on chips could expand uses for tomorrow's 'microfluidic' devices (May 25, 2000)

Summer heat spells lights out, but new power company software might keep nation's power on (May 23, 2000)

Intelligent agents challenge computer intruders (May 18, 2000)

New deployable thin-film, ultralight mirror may be future of space telescopes and surveillance satellites (May 17, 2000)

Sandia's Elaine Raybourn explores ways to make Internet communication more like being in a 'real' place (May 11, 2000)

Functioning nanostructures self-assemble out of ink (May 4, 2000)

Three-dimensional proof for Ising Model impossible, Sandia researcher claims (April 24, 2000)

Epidemic outbreaks, biological attacks detectable by simple electronic reporting methods (April 20, 2000)

Sandia attenuation technology may help resolve arsenic environmental crisis in Bangladesh (April 13, 2000)

Sandia to join forces with Native American tribes in test of new solar electricity generating system (March 31, 2000)

Sandia to provide one-stop terrorism readiness help to communities through NIJ virtual center (March 30, 2000)

Sandia National Laboratories presents fully integrated lab-on-a-chip development (March 26, 2000)

Sandia "smart scalpel" promises to detect cancer cells in seconds (March 23, 2000)

World's experts to discuss arms control dilemmas at International Arms Control Conference (March 17, 2000)

Sandia scientists study 'natural' alternative to cleaning up uranium-contaminated sites (March 16, 2000)

DOE research satellite successfully launched and working properly so far (March 13, 2000)

Team Specialty Products to break ground for new building in Sandia Science and Technology Park (March 9, 2000)

New semiconductor alloy's 'crazy physics' makes it a possible photovoltaic power source for satellites (March 8, 2000)

Sandia, Ford Sign Broad Agreement To Jointly Pursue Technology Developments (February 29, 2000)

Launch of DOE satellite OK'd for Sunday (March 9, 2000)

World's first diamond micromachines created at Sandia (February 22, 2000)

Sandia's California facility is first national lab site to finish environmental clean-up (February 9, 2000)

Human factors experts at Sandia take new approach to studying human failure in engineered systems (February 3, 2000)

Sandia helps start Israeli/Palestinian cooperative environmental project (January 25, 2000)

Sandia joins national charge into 21st century nanotechnology revolution (January 21, 2000)

Sandia research listed among Science's "Top Ten" breakthroughs for 1999 (January 20, 2000)

Sandia researcher wins IEEE early achievement award in plasma physics (January 20, 2000)

Avalanche victims may be found four times faster with robotic "swarm" search technique, says Sandia researcher (January 19, 2000)

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