Brief reports on the Laboratory's technical capabilities
Explore this publication to learn about the Laboratory's legacy of innovation.
New STEM Summer Program focuses on Geometry
Lincoln Laboratory is happy to introduce CORE, a new STEM summer program for rising 9th and 10th graders.
CORE (Confronting Obstacles & Realizing Excellence) is an intensive math course designed to cover specific topics in geometry. This two-week program is focused on increasing the quantitative reasoning skills of rising 9th and 10th graders from Boston and Cambridge.
In 2014, the CORE Program will be held August 4-15. Student applications are due by June 20.
Applicants must be U.S. citizens and have completed Algebra I by the end of this school year to be eligible.
To find our more about the CORE program or to apply, see the CORE page.
TeamWalk for CancerCare
A Laboratory staff member coordinates a team to walk in Lowell General Hospital's annual TeamWalk for CancerCare to provide care and services for cancer patients and their families. Please visit the fundraising site to make a donation.
To commemorate the Microelectronics Laboratory's 20 years of operation, MIT Lincoln Laboratory issued this booklet highlighting 20 influential technological advancements enabled by the facilities within this unique lab.
Articles on intriguing technical innovations
All Versus All Conjunctions
Weaving through a minefield of objects in Earth orbit is getting more difficult.
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory Beaver Works Center builds collaboration
- Printing in a New Dimension: 3D printers bring new potential to MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- Meeting a VAST challenge: MIT Lincoln Laboratory staff create a winning information visualization
- Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration achieves world-record data download speeds from the moon
- Taking Games Seriously: MIT Lincoln Laboratory is exploring games to improve decision making
- Green Computing Is Super: MIT Lincoln Laboratory's new supercomputing facility reduces energy impacts
- Gauging hazards in the air
Lincoln Laboratory staff help students design sensors for measuring air quality
- Robert Shin honored for advancing project-based learning at MIT: 2014 Irwin Sizer Award recognizes Shin's leadership in establishing Beaver Works
- Lincoln Laboratory's Out Professional Employee Network receives the 2014 MIT John S.W. Kellett '47 Award
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory's commuter program earns 2014 ECO Awards
- Inaugural MIT Lincoln Laboratory Administrative and Support Excellence Awards ceremony honors four employees
- Mordechai Rothschild receives 2014 Frits Zernike Award for Microlithography
- Lincoln Laboratory earns eighth consecutive Superior security rating
- Confronting the Challenges of Graphs and Networks
- Detection Theory for Graphs
- Network Discovery with Multi-intelligence Sources
- Covert Network Detection
- Social Network Analysis with Content and Graphs
- Taming Biological Big Data with D4M
- Novel Graph Processor Architecture
- 3D Exploitation of 2D Imagery