MIT Lincoln Laboratory opens field site in Maryland

Ribbon-cutting at new field site

On 30 April, Lincoln Laboratory opened a field site in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. The new field office is located in the National Business Park across the Baltimore-Washington Parkway from the U.S. Army's Fort George G. Meade.

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Posted May 2015


MIT and the Air Force renew contract for operation of
MIT Lincoln Laboratory

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is pleased to announce that the Air Force has renewed the contract for the continued operation of MIT Lincoln Laboratory, a Department of Defense Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC). Since 1951, MIT has operated Lincoln Laboratory in the national interest for no fee and strictly on a cost-reimbursement, no-loss, no-gain basis. Under the terms of the contract, MIT, a nonprofit higher education institution, will ensure that Lincoln Laboratory remains ready to meet research and development challenges that are critical to national security.    full story

Posted April 2015


Practicing Innovation

MIT Lincoln Laboratory staff hold workshops to foster inventive thinking

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A 2015 MIT Independent Activities Period (IAP) workshop organized and directed by technical staff members from MIT Lincoln Laboratory provided both tactics and strategies to help participants cultivate the habit of innovative thinking. Called the Innovation Tournament, the workshop was one of dozens of noncredit and for-credit IAP offerings available to MIT students and employees during the January intersession between academic semesters.   full story

Posted April 2015


MIT Lincoln Laboratory announces new book series

book cover for  Perspectives on Defense Systems Analysis

MIT Lincoln Laboratory, in partnership with MIT Press, has established the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Series to publish select elements of the Laboratory's fundamental research in support of national security. Authored by Lincoln Laboratory experts and distinguished collaborators, the volumes in the series cover technology areas in which the Laboratory has made significant contributions.   full story

Posted April 2015


Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration Team presented with 2015 Nelson P. Jackson Aerospace Award

2015 Nelson P. Jackson Aerospace Award team

On 13 March, representatives of the Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration (LLCD) team attended the National Space Club's (NSC) 58th annual Robert H. Goddard Memorial Dinner in Washington, D.C., to accept the 2015 Nelson P. Jackson Aerospace Award.      full story

Posted April 2015


More Technology News

Eight from MIT elected to National Academy of Engineering

New members include the Institute's president and the director of Lincoln Laboratory
  Posted in Lincoln Laboratory in the
  News, February 2015

MIT Lincoln Laboratory team takes honors at the 2014 Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge and Workshop
  Posted December 2014

NASA Lunar Mission Wins 2014 Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award
  Posted in Lincoln Laboratory in the
  News, October 2014

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Lab Notes

Articles on intriguing technical innovations

Load-Sensing Boots: Instrumented footwear technologies present new possibilities for tracking and preventing lower-limb musculoskeletal injuries.
  Posted August 2014

Ingestible Biosensors: An electronic "pill" could optimize physiological status monitoring.
  Posted August 2014

Beyond What the Words Say:
Vocal features may predict the severity of depressive disorders.
  Posted August 2014

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More News and Awards

Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work visits MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  Posted May 2015

Guiding a student to a technical career
  Posted May 2015

Venturing into new territory
  Posted April 2015

Senator Elizabeth Warren visits MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  Posted March 2015

Air Force contract announced for operation of MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  Posted March 2015

Replicating a simple but elegant experiment

MIT Lincoln Laboratory's installation of a pendulum re-creates Foucault's seminal demonstration of Earth's rotation

MIT Lincoln Laboratory hosts first "Make Your Own Wearables" workshop for high-school girls
   Posted January 2015

The 2014 class of Aviation Week's "Tomorrow's Engineering Leaders" includes two individuals with ties to MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  Posted December 2014

Lunar Laser Communication System wins R&D Magazine Editor's Choice Award at 2014 R&D 100 Awards Gala
  Posted December 2014

Beaver Works celebrates the "Maker" spirit
  Posted November 2014

Bryan Robinson and the Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration team receive NASA Honor Awards
  Posted September 2014

Six innovative technologies developed by MIT Lincoln Laboratory are honored with 2014 R&D 100 Awards
  Posted July 2014

Eric Evans Appointed as Vice-Chair of the Defense Science Board
  Posted April 2014

 

 

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