Lincoln Laboratory staff members recognized for their innovative contributions to a technical field.
Real-time visibility estimates are a critical need in remote areas where visual flight is common and automated weather stations are scarce.
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association recognizes innovation and leadership in science and technology.
Assembled from tiny identical pieces, the wing could enable lighter, more energy-efficient aircraft designs.
Grad students Kristen Railey and Alexander Feldstein were named to the Aviation Week Network’s “20 Twenties” for 2017.
Study shows long-lasting health, economic impacts of lead emissions from U.S. general aviation flights.
AeroAstro grad students are building a human-powered aircraft that will (hopefully) fly over the Charles River.
Aviation is “a critical link in solving worldwide environmental challenges,” says MIT professor.
AeroAstro labs will research sustainable aviation solutions for the FAA.