About Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a federally funded research and development center that applies advanced technology to problems of national security. Research and development activities focus on long-term technology development as well as rapid system prototyping and demonstration. These efforts are aligned within key mission areas. The Laboratory works with industry to transition new concepts and technology for system development and deployment.  
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Community Outreach

Lincoln Laboratory raises awareness of local needs by participating in the events listed below. Please support the Lincoln team in these causes.

Lincoln Laboratory's Heart Walk Team aims to raise $5000 for the Boston Heart Walk on September 6. Visit the team page and contribute to help educate America about heart attacks.

Support the MS Society by hiking or biking Mt. Greylock for Bike & Hike The Berkshires on September 20. Join the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Team or lend support with a donation.

Team Lincoln is biking the Harbor to the Bay on September 20 to raise awareness of AIDS and HIV care & services. See the Team Page to contribute.

For the Autumn Escape Bike Trek, the Lincoln team, The Mechanix, rides 160 miles from Plymouth to Provincetown, MA to support the American Lung Association on September 26-28.  The team set a fundraising goal of $2500 for this year’s ride. Visit their website to support the team.

Lincoln Laboratory's Veterans Network is participating in the Soldier Ride Boston on September 27. The 30-60-mile ride begin in Concord. Mail npeterson@ll.mit.edu for information. Please visit the Team Page to join or donate.

Lincoln Laboratory's Alzheimer's Awareness Team is raising $25,000 for the Walk to End Alzheimer's at Paul Revere Park in Boston on September 28. Please visit the team website to join or to donate.

Lincoln Laboratory Journal

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Lab Notes

Articles on intriguing technical innovations

Load-Sensing Boots
Instrumented footwear technologies present new possibilities for tracking and preventing lower-limb musculoskeletal injuries.

It's All in the Design
An exercise in visual analytics informs the approach for developing future usable network monitoring interfaces.

Ingestible Biosensors
An electronic "pill" could optimize physiological status monitoring.

Beyond What the
Words Say

Vocal features may predict the severity of depressive disorders.

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20 Innovations Over Twenty Years

cover of 20 innovations bookletTo commemorate the Microelectronics Laboratory's 20 years of operation, MIT Lincoln Laboratory issued this booklet highlighting 20 influential technological advancements enabled by the facilities within this lab.

 

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