Publications by Date

2008

Product Focus: Adaptive Optics
Nature Photonics / Vol. 2/No. 12 / December, 2008 / pp. 756-757 / view site
The Video Web: Three startups let users layer new content onto online video
Technology Review / November/December 2008 / pg. x / view site
Telescopes See Farther: Advances in adaptive optics are bringing the universe into focus
Technology Review / Oct. 16, 2008 / website / view site
"Nano-urchins" Could Save Soldiers' Eyes
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / October 2008 / website / view site
Product Focus: Positioning Stages
Nature Photonics / Vol. 2/No. 10 / October, 2008 / pp. 636-637 / view site
Faster, Cheaper DNA Sequencing: A U.K. company hopes to dramatically reduce the cost of reading a person's genome.
Technology Review / Sept. 25, 2008 / website / view site
Standing Guard: Q and A with Robert Cunningham
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / September 2008 / website / view site
TR 35: Farinaz Koushanfar, Locking microchips to prevent piracy
Technology Review / Sept/Oct 2008 / pg. 67 / view site
TR 35: Seth Hallem, Deconstructing software to find bugs
Technology Review / Sept/Oct 2008 / pg. 75 / view site
TR 35: Stefanus Du Toit, Programming for parallel processors
Technology Review / Sept/Oct 2008 / pg. 57 / view site
TR 35: Sundar Iyer, Making memory at Internet speed
Technology Review / Sept/Oct 2008 / pg. 73 / view site
Graphene Could Make Nonvolatile Molecular Memory
IEEE Spectrum / Aug. 18, 2008 / website / view site
Metamaterials Breakthrough Brings Invisibility Closer
IEEE Spectrum / Aug. 13, 2008 / website / view site
Cheaper LEDs Possible by Growing Gallium Nitride on Silicon
IEEE Spectrum / Aug. 5, 2008 / website / view site
Looking for a Reaction: A new DNA amplification method is better, faster, and cheaper than traditional tests
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / August 2008 / website / view site
Product Focus: Laser Safety Equipment
Nature Photonics / Vol. 2/No. 8 / August, 2009 / pp. 508-509 / view site
Flattened Butterfly Network Lets Data Fly Through Supercomputers and Multicore Processors
IEEE Spectrum / July 16, 2008 / website / view site
Plugging the Right Holes: NetSPA software maps computer networks to find paths most vulnerable to hacking
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / July 2008 / website / view site
Untangling the Friendly Skies: Computer recommendations could clear up some weather-caused airline delays
Lincoln Laboratory Journal / July 2008 / website / view site
Chip for Future Eye Implants Runs on Picowatts, Thanks to New Deep-Sleep Tech
IEEE Spectrum / June 16, 2008 / website / view site

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