CRADA enables resilient microgrid research between Sandia, Emera Technologies»

11/15/2018 | Sandia Labs – Imagine a hurricane similar in magnitude to 2017’s Maria that pummels through islands and small communities, stripping out power lines and wreaking havoc on residents’ lives. Only imagine this time around there is a local power system that is more resilient and can withstand the storm, having the potential to always have power available to communities reeling in devastation.

NM’s startup ecosystem gains momentum»

10/29/2018 | Albuquerque Journal – New Mexico’s startup economy is on fire. Dozens of new, homegrown businesses are emerging in Albuquerque and other hot spots across the state. Existing startups are growing, many infused with fresh capital from local and out-of-state investors. And some companies are hitting the fast track with expansions that could, over time, turn them into powerhouses in key, high-tech industries.

ABQ data firm announces 80 new jobs»

09/18/2018 | Albuquerque Journal – A data science company could receive up to $800,000 in state Local Economic Development Act funding for a project that will bring as many as 80 jobs to Downtown Albuquerque, Gov. Susana Martinez announced.

Lab techies pitch business ideas»

09/14/2018 | Sandia Labs – In an event hosted by Sandia National Laboratories and ABQid, lab researchers pitched inventions and technologies to a panel of investors and judges at the Innovate ABQ Lobo Rainforest building in downtown Albuquerque.