Visit the Beaver Works website to learn more about project-based learning collaborations between Lincoln Laboratory and MIT campus.
2014 Lincoln Laboratory Community Involvement Report
The Community Involvement report provides a "year-in-review" look at all of the outreach events offered at Lincoln Laboratory.
New LLCipher Summer Program
LLCipher provides an introduction to theoretical cryptography to high-school students. This summer STEM program is a free one-week enrichment class for students interested in cyber security. The workshop will be held August 3–7, 2015. Student applications are due on 26 June.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory, in partnership with MIT Press, has established the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Series to publish select elements of the Laboratory's fundamental research in support of national security.
- Practicing Innovation
MIT Lincoln Laboratory staff hold workshops to foster inventive thinking
- Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration Team presented with 2015 Nelson P. Jackson Aerospace Award
MIT Lincoln Laboratory team takes honors at the 2014 Audio/Visual Emotion Challenge and Workshop
- MIT Lincoln Laboratory opens field site in Maryland
On 30 April, Lincoln Laboratory opened a field site in Annapolis Junction, Maryland. The site will be used to support research and development efforts sponsored by the National Security Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, the Defense Information Systems Agency, and other Department of Defense and Intelligence Community organizations.
An electronic "pill" that could optimize physiological status monitoring of a soldier's core temperature, heart rate, and breathing rate could lead not only to risk mitigation and preventive medicine, but also to operational performance enhancement and post-combat injury monitoring.
At MIT Lincoln Laboratory's new pendulum exhibit, Foucault's seminal demonstration of Earth's rotation is re-created daily.