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Autonomous High-Resolution Ocean Floor Mapping
undersea technology
The Laboratory is working to develop a novel seabed-mapping capability that can achieve high-resolution imaging and a fast coverage rate.
This is an image of adiamond seed crystal that glows orange.
quantum systems and science
Engineered diamonds show promising capability for use in quantum sensing of magnetic fields.
Rice cooker with attached infrared sensor.
energy
By connecting a PV microgrid powered by solar panels to homes, engineers could provide people who live in regions of power-insecurity with the energy to cook their meals. Unused power could be applied to phone-charging stations.
Close-up of a 3D printed array
advanced devices
A new concept for a low-cost vacuum pump may enable development of a portable mass spectrometer that achieves high-performance chemical detection.
Three step progression of material in self repair, from cracked, to processing, to fully repaired.
advanced materials
New materials that are chemically inspired by nature could be tailored at the molecular level to dissipate vibrations in microsystems. Materials that can survive repeated external stresses could enable a next generation of enhanced microsystems.
A zoomed-in view of a metal nozzle shooting a stream of orange onto a metal surface, and a nozzle shooting a stream of purple at the orange stream of material.
advanced materials
A novel method for manufacturing interconnects could open the door for 3D-printed microelectronic systems.
The Laboratory's advanced work in miniaturized electronics enabled the development of EnteroPhone™.
biomedical
A wireless, ingestible device monitors heart and breathing rates by listening to the body's sounds and senses core temperature, all from within the gastrointestinal tract.
The high-rate, entangled-photon source technologies will be integrated into the optical fiber quantum network test bed.
quantum systems and science
Lincoln Laboratory and MIT researchers are creating a shared quantum network test bed that will be used for developing and realistic testing of applications that take advantage of quantum science's potential to enable diverse, advanced communication, sensing, and computing systems.
Each BEACON instrument has two cylinders outfitted with copper electrodes. As the cylinders spin synchronously, the electrical field produces a signal between the electrodes; from this signal, the strength and direction of the E-field are computed.
advanced devices
Researchers are creating a balloon-carried instrument for predicting the likelihood of lightning in a storm cloud.

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