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Lincoln Laboratory Radar Introduction for Student Engineers (LLRISE) is a free two-week summer program that teaches students how to build small radar systems.
Registration for LLRISE is now open to high-school juniors who will complete physics and pre-calculus by the end of their junior year. Registrants must be U.S. citizens to apply.
Six Lexington High School students forming the robotics team "Battery-Powered Picklejar Heads" visited the Laboratory in December to demonstrate the capabilities of their robot. full story
This special issue of the Journal commemorates Lincoln Laboratory's 50 years of service at the Reagan Test Site.
Articles on intriguing technical innovations
All Versus All Conjunctions
Weaving through a minefield of objects in Earth orbit is getting more difficult.
Nanowire Single-Photon Detector Arrays
Detect a billion photons per second with low noise and high efficiency.
Runway Status Lights ›
Protecting aircraft when they are most vulnerable—during takeoff and landing.
Ultrasensitive Two-Dimensional Photodetection
What information can be associated with the detection of a single photon?
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory challenges students to power an autonomous undersea vehicle
- Innovative microsatellite could expand understanding of storm systems
- Four innovative technologies garner 2012 R&D 100 Awards for MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- Issuing the right warnings: New approach to collision avoidance could improve safety and efficiency
- Real-time speech communication on packet networks named an IEEE Milestone
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory radar technology improves breast-cancer treatment
- Senior congressional and executive branch staff tour Lincoln Laboratory
- Young student names asteroid discovered by Lincoln Laboratory's LINEAR survey
- Lincoln Laboratory earns seventh consecutive Superior security rating
- Diversity Summit explores barriers to an inclusive workplace
- 2012 MIT Lincoln Laboratory Technical Awards ceremony honors high achievement
- MIT Excellence Awards honor six Lincoln Laboratory employees
- Hsiao-hua Burke named 2013 Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
- Paul Juodawlkis elevated to Fellow of the Optical Society
- John Tabaczynski receives the 2012 Jamieson Award