Roger W. Sudbury, former executive officer at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, dies at age 72
August 23, 2010A leader in microwave solid-state electronics for radar, he worked at the Laboratory for 41 years and became a trusted adviser and mentor to many.
Charles Freed, pioneer of laser technologies, dies at age 84
August 6, 2010A Russian prison camp survivor, he worked at Lincoln Lab for 32 years and designed and built many laser systems still in use today.
3 Questions: Richard Binzel on astronomers’ powerful new tool
July 12, 2010Pan-STARRS, a telescope designed to reveal the ‘unexpected surprises’ in our solar system, including possible threats to Earth, just became fully operational.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory researchers provide support to the U.S. Haiti relief effort
May 17, 2010
MIT Lincoln Laboratory develops innovative disaster response system
March 18, 2010
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Philip Waldron, former personnel manager at Lincoln Laboratory, dies at 87
January 25, 2010
Child care openings at TCC Linc, Lexington
January 5, 2010Technology Children’s Center, Lincoln Laboratory, has spaces open in the infant, toddler and preschool classrooms; families seeking child care are encouraged to apply.
Five from MIT named 2010 IEEE Fellows
December 14, 2009Three EECS faculty members, Hu, Rus and Sudan, and two research staff members of the MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Reynolds and Stokes, are elevated to Fellow status of the IEEE effective Jan. 1
Arthur F. Dotoli, Jr., worked at Lincoln Lab for 42 years, dies aged 78Subscribe
November 11, 2009
Also labeled: Obituaries