MIT seeks government backing to build new Lincoln Lab facility
April 25, 2012The Institute would arrange for a loan that would be repaid through the Lincoln Lab’s government contract.
Five MIT engineers named to National Academy of Engineering
February 9, 2012Several Institute alumni also among 66 new members announced today.
Real-time speech communication on packet networks named an IEEE Milestone
February 3, 2012MIT Lincoln Laboratory's role in this seminal R&D effort is honored
Lincoln Laboratory helps celebrate the official unveiling of the Space Surveillance Telescope
January 20, 2012The laboratory developed enabling technologies for the telescope
Lee Davenport, researcher at the Radiation Laboratory during World War II, dies at 95
October 4, 2011
Bike-to-Work team pedals to grand prize award in MassCommuter Challenge
August 31, 2011MIT Lincoln Laboratory honored for outstanding participation.
Chadwick receives U.S. Army Outstanding Civilian Service Medal
August 29, 2011Award recognizes contributions to research programs and support to cadets at West Point
MIT Lincoln Laboratory wins four 2011 R&D 100 Awards
August 9, 2011Awards recognize innovations in imaging technology, radar sensors, computing and biology.
Ebel, Ross receive 2010 Lincoln Laboratory Technical Excellence Awards
March 3, 2011Technical awards for early career achievement, best paper and best invention also presented.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory receives Tech Citizenship Award
November 12, 2010Recognized for its strong commitment to community service
Lincoln Laboratory receives IEEE Professional Development Award
October 27, 2010Honors lab's contributions to employees' professional growth
Lincoln Laboratory new employees build a network ... and houses
October 1, 2010
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Walter Morrow receives Outstanding Public Service Award
September 30, 2010Former director of MIT Lincoln Laboratory honored for service to the Defense Science Board.
Roger W. Sudbury, former executive officer at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, dies at age 72
August 23, 2010A leader in microwave solid-state electronics for radar, he worked at the Laboratory for 41 years and became a trusted adviser and mentor to many.
Charles Freed, pioneer of laser technologies, dies at age 84
August 6, 2010A Russian prison camp survivor, he worked at Lincoln Lab for 32 years and designed and built many laser systems still in use today.
3 Questions: Richard Binzel on astronomers’ powerful new tool
July 12, 2010Pan-STARRS, a telescope designed to reveal the ‘unexpected surprises’ in our solar system, including possible threats to Earth, just became fully operational.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory researchers provide support to the U.S. Haiti relief effort
May 17, 2010
MIT Lincoln Laboratory develops innovative disaster response systemSubscribe
March 18, 2010
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