A life-detecting radar, a microscale motor, and a quantum network architecture are among this year's most innovative new technologies.
Planetary physicist and former director of the MIT Center for Space Research and the Arecibo Observatory helped repurpose military radar technology for science and space exploration.
Lincoln Laboratory staff members recognized for their innovative contributions to a technical field.
Automated tools can help emergency managers make decisions, plan routes, and quantify road damage at city scales.
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association recognizes innovation and leadership in science and technology.
Lincoln Laboratory's lidar data, processed quickly with support from the organization MCNC, helped FEMA assess flooding and damages caused by Hurricane Florence.
2017 LLRISE program helps high school physics teachers bring new lessons and activities back to their classrooms.
Atmospheric scientists at the MIT Haystack Observatory will study North American eclipse effects on space weather with radar and navigational satellites.
Commercial prototypes of the system will be available to the self-driving vehicle industry.
MIT faculty, friends, and family gathered to remember Austin's life and commemorate her contributions to science with the unveiling of an exhibit in EAPS.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory radar system achieves centimeter-level localization; could help driverless cars stay in lane when road markings are obscured.