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General News and Awards
A Lincoln Laboratory team has developed a cross-language search engine that combines language identification, machine translation, information retrieval, and query-biased summarization techniques to enable English monolingual analysts to find foreign language documents relevant to their investigations.
Modernization at the Reagan Test Site
Lincoln Laboratory helped upgrade the systems and capabilities at the Reagan Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll. Find out more about these development efforts at the following Tech Notes:
Wind Turbine Interference-Mitigation Study
A strategy for lessening wind turbines' effects on the performance of an aircraft measurement system at a naval air station could inform future research into interference mitigation for other radar applications. Read more about this work in the Tech Note.
Noncontact laser ultrasound could yield significant impact for medical imaging
The laser ultrasound's optical approach acquires interior body imagery without patient contact to diagnose disease, injury, and other conditions.
Strike Group Defender: The Missile Matrix
Under the direction of the Office of Naval Research, Lincoln Laboratory partnered with a video game developer to create an interactive game that trains sailors to tactically plan for and respond to threats posed by anti-ship cruise missiles.
Glowing tumors light a path to cancer treatment
A team of MIT Lincoln Laboratory staff, MIT researchers, and MGH surgeons has pursued a method for finding and removing tumors otherwise invisible to a surgeon's eye.