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Article ID: 688796

New Radiation Detectors Developed at Sandia Used for New START Inspections

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Sandia National Laboratories recently designed and produced new radiation detection equipment for New START Treaty monitoring. New START is a treaty between the United States and Russia that, among other limits, reduces the deployed nuclear warheads on both sides to 1,550 by Feb. 5.

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1-Feb-2018 10:05 AM EST
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Article ID: 686682

Reducing the Traffic Jam in Batteries

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LIVERMORE, Calif. – Research at Sandia National Laboratories has identified a major obstacle to advancing solid-state lithium-ion battery performance in small electronics: the flow of lithium ions across battery interfaces.Sandia’s three-year Laboratory Directed Research and Development project investigated the nanoscale chemistry of solid-state batteries, focusing on the region where electrodes and electrolytes make contact.

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12-Dec-2017 12:05 PM EST
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Article ID: 664726

Radiation Security Team From Sandia Works Behind the Scenes at Events to Protect Public

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Richard Stump has been to five Super Bowls and hasn’t seen a single pass, run or touchdown. Stump works security — a very special kind of security — at large public events. He’s a senior scientist on Sandia National Laboratories’ Radiological Assistance Program (RAP) team.

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14-Nov-2016 11:45 AM EST
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Article ID: 660287

X-Ray Vision: Bomb Techs Strengthen Their Hand with Sandia’s XTK Software

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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.

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6-Sep-2016 10:05 AM EDT
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