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MIT Lincoln Laboratory is an FFRDC chartered to apply advanced technology to problems of national security.
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Dr. Liz George Dec 4
Chris Leitz on advances in CCDs : CCDs with low-voltage clock swings, single-poly fabrication process enabling very large-format CCDs, MBE passivation, and Germanium CCDs. Ge CCDs have been long promised, it's great to see real data from one!
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NUAIR Alliance Nov 30
Successful demonstration of a new Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS) for small , or .
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DHS S&T Dec 12
Developed in partnership w/ + , Web-Based HURREVAC provides an anywhere, anytime, any device mobile decision support platform for during :
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Lincoln Laboratory Dec 13
Tis the season to be charitable at Lincoln Laboratory! A huge thank you to those who donated to Toys for Tots, Coats for Kids, Santa for Seniors, and not one, but TWO giving trees!
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Lincoln Laboratory Dec 3
We are hosting a workshop for middle school girls to learn how to build and program their very own circuit boards! The event is Saturday, Dec 8, at 9 a.m. Register today!
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 30
A huge thank you to this Beatles-inspired band for providing an in-house concert for our staff yesterday! They really HELPed create an upbeat positive atmosphere!
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 30
Troop support, live music, mini robots, DIY radar demos… Our 9th annual Outreach Fair had it all! We make it easy for volunteers to get involved!
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 30
, an exoplanet hunter that NASA developed using Lincoln Laboratory cameras, was named one of the greatest 100 innovations of 2018 by Popular Science magazine! See:
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 28
Our 10 award-winning technologies, which range from a hurricane-evacuation decision platform to an indoor navigation system to algorithms that compare DNA samples, were named among the world's 100 best inventions of 2018. Read more about them!
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 26
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 26
Microhydraulic actuators, thinner than one-third the width of human hair, are proving to be the most powerful and efficient motors at the microscale.
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 22
Happy Thanksgiving from Lincoln Laboratory’s resident wildlife, who greet our employees every day!
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 19
Lincoln Laboratory wins 10 R&D100 Awards! Congratulations to our innovative scientists!
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 17
We see the light! winner Photonic Lantern provides the ability to not only steer and shape a laser beam despite optical disturbances and turbulence, but to also scale the beam’s power.
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 16
COVAS is an winner! This artificial intelligence is the first to perform real-time ship defense for the by first observing human experts complete specific tasks.
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 16
Congrats to the team behind a breakthrough process for fabricating superconductor electronics! The award-winning process sets the world record for both the number and density of Josephson junctions in superconducting digital circuits.
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 16
Dynamic Flow Isolation is a new technique to improve network security and is now an winner. It uses software-defined networking to minimize unnecessary connectivity, protecting networks from .
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 16
Our next winner: the Intelligent Power Distribution device. It allows soldiers to interactively monitor power systems and coordinate energy resources so that mission-critical systems are maintained.
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 16
The multi-rate differential phase shift keying (DPSK) technique enables efficient free-space laser communications over distances long enough for NASA space missions. It’s now an winner.
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Lincoln Laboratory Nov 16
Congratulations to the Peregrine team. This winning system enables people and autonomous vehicles to navigate in indoor environments where GPS is not available
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