The Sandia Science & Technology Park is a thriving high-tech community and is home to many of New Mexico’s fastest growing companies. Park companies are partners with Sandia National Laboratories and are engaged in joint research and development, technology commercialization, and supply chain development.
Integra Technologies Albuquerque LLC, formerly Analytical Solutions, has been supporting the high tech industry through failure analysis, construction analysis, and destructive physical analysis since 1985.
KPC is a non-profit begun after members were able to get Kirtland Air Force Base off the list during the 1995 Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) round.
La Luz ECC provides a loving, attentive environment to children aged six weeks to five years old in a safe, homelike atmosphere.
Mazda Computing is a value-added supplier of hardware and software computing products and solutions. The company is a woman-owned small business, an Intel Platinum Partner, and an Intel HPC Specialist.
MediNatura in Albuquerque is a homeopathic pharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures, and sells medications based on natural substances.
MSI has proprietary techniques and software to reverse engineer complex microcircuits and systems, allowing for complete extraction of functionality and microcode.
The Museum is nationally accredited, a Smithsonian affiliate, and the nation’s only congressionally chartered museum in its field. Established in 1969, it is an intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age.
NMA is a private membership organization, founded in 1999, of accredited angel investors focused on investing in early-stage technology companies.