Sandia National Laboratories spent roughly $983 million on goods and services in fiscal year 2015, up nearly $21 million from the previous year, and New Mexico businesses received more than $381 million, or 39 percent of the total, according to the labs’ latest economic impact report.
- By Roger Chu · April 22nd, 2015
Is your project considering any Agilent Life Sciences, or similar, products at this time?
- By Roger Chu · February 25th, 2014
Offering government buyers greater access and savings on temperature control systems
- By Roger Chu · November 5th, 2013
Government buyers now enjoy greater access and savings for laboratory automation solutions
Technical Communities and American Distributors of Colon and Rectal Supplies Sign Government Services Partnership
- By Roger Chu · October 2nd, 2013
Government buyers now enjoy greater access and savings for colon-proctology solutions
- By Roger Chu · September 10th, 2013
Offering government users greater access and savings on radiation measurement products
- By Ali Cheung · May 22nd, 2012
Government buyers now enjoy greater access and lower cost for laboratory equipments for vortexing and mixing
- By Travis Wheeler · April 26th, 2012
The new laboratory has been five years in the making. It replaces the old laboratory which is more than 30 years old and built in the basement of a building. The new facility is 18,000 square feet, and it cost a total of $7 million.
- By Travis Wheeler · March 28th, 2012
The facility offers access to labs, affordable rent, common areas like conference rooms and most important of all a network among each other, the state’s pharmaceutical industry and 15 research universities in New Jersey and nationwide.
- By Travis Wheeler · March 1st, 2012
The Department of Defense, in particular, can be a fruitful source of grant funding for biomedical firms in industry sectors such as telemedicine, infectious disease, chemical defense and environmental medicine.