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The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory (Draper) has developed a sensor chip that activates only when it detects an acoustic signal or vibration, thus eliminating the need for a microphone and requiring less power to operate. By redesigning the sensor as a microelectromechanical system (MEMS), ... technology
The following are the federal contracts awarded to local companies in the state of Massachusetts for the week of Feb. 23 to March 1. Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc., of Cambridge, was awarded a $132,931,685 federal contract modification by the U.S. Navy for the production with failure ...
First and foremost was Charles Stark "Doc" Draper, known throughout the world as "the father of inertial navigation" (whose name now graces the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory in Cambridge). Project leads on the Apollo guidance computer design included luminaries like Hal Laning (who in 1952 ...
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory will produce missile system guidance technology for the U.S. Navy and U.K. government under a potential three-year, $132.9 million contract modification. Work also covers failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement units, electronic ... Navy UK
In the article, Greg Fritz, a material scientist in the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, outlined the challenges with silver nanoparticle inks and his team's research into alternative nano-layered materials for printing power electronics. Expert contributor Ahmed A. Busnaina, the director of the Center ...

Filed in Leon Circuit Court Wednesday, the complaint against Charles Stark Draper Laboratory claims the company, after being paid, reneged on its agreement and then decided to leave the state altogether. Draper, a nonprofit organization operated out of Cambridge, designs and develops technology for ...
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has received a three-year, $65.5 million contract modification to produce guidance technology for the U.S. Navy's submarine-launched ballistic missile systems. Draper will also conduct failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement ... Navy
The first of two Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptors is launched during a successful intercept test. The test, conducted by Missile Defense Agency (MDA), Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) Operational Test Agency, Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated ...
Jennifer Jensen, formerly vice president of business development for communications, navigation and surveillance systems at Sierra Nevada, has joined Charles Stark Draper Laboratory as VP of national security and space. Kaigham Gabriel, president and CEO of Draper, said in a statement ...
Filed in Leon Circuit Court Wednesday, the complaint against Charles Stark Draper Laboratory claims the company, after being paid, reneged on its agreement and then decided to leave the state altogether. Draper, a nonprofit organization operated out of Cambridge, designs and develops technology for a ...
... and the atoms migrate with low temperatures and low energy—this can lead to premature failures when you have higher current densities running through it,” said Greg Fritz, a material scientist in the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory. “So much of the technology of printed electronics has been on printed, ...
—Dover Microsystems, a Waltham, MA-based cybersecurity startup spun out of Draper Laboratory, announced it pulled in $6 million in seed funding. The investment was led by Hyperplane Venture Capital, alongside contributions from Draper, Qualcomm Ventures, and the Hub Angels Investment Group, ...
Then, for many years he was an engineer working on the Apollo program at MIT's Draper Laboratory in Cambridge. He also became co-owner of a local bowling alley, Timber Lanes in Abington. When Mary died, he wrote in the funeral memorial book about how she “kept an immaculate house, was a good ...
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has received a three-year, $65.5 million contract modification to produce guidance technology for the U.S. Navy's submarine-launched ballistic missile systems. Draper will also conduct failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement units, ...
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has received an $11.1 million contract to support modernized receiver test assets of global positioning systems directorate at the U.S. Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center. Draper Lab will also provide support services for the SMC GPS directorate's test and ...
To solve the problem, the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, a Massachusetts-based non-profit research company, is working with NASA to create an application to automate SAFER. Dubbed “take me home,” it entails fitting spacesuits with sensors that monitor the astronaut's movement, acceleration, and ...

"Whether salt or other charged particles, it's all about adsorption and desorption," says Heena Mutha PhD '17, a senior member of technical staff at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory. "So the electrodes in your device should have lots of surface area as well as open pathways that allow the electrolyte or ...
The Draper Prize was established in 1988 at the request of the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc., Cambridge, Mass., to honor the memory of "Doc" Draper, the "father of inertial navigation," and to increase public understanding of the contributions of engineering and technology. The prize is awarded ...
Researchers at The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory (Cambridge, MA) and Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI; Chevy Chase, MD) have flown a dragonfly equipped with solar-powered sensors (see Fig. 1). Soon, similar dragonflies will be remotely steered via an optogenetic implant that will activate ...
Draper Lab has now developed a tiny heart valve that expands and grows along with the child's cardiac anatomy. The valve can expand more than twice its original diameter, potentially allowing a single valve to serve a child from birth to about six years of age. “Heart valves designed for adults often require ...
Building a successful startup is hard. Pulling the plug when you think the company won't make it can be hard, too. Xconomy recently reported that Lexumo, a Boston-area cybersecurity startup that spun out of Draper Laboratory, called it quits in September. The two-year-old company had raised at least $4.9 ...
Lucy: Cybersecurity startup Lexumo, which spun out of Draper Laboratory, called it quits in September. In an email Q&A with Xconomy, former CEO Dan McCall shared his thoughts on why he decided to pull the plug: “Lexumo was a seed-funded company and, as such, it's not uncommon for this type of ...
Lead inventor Kevin Duda, a space systems engineer at the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has studied astronauts and life on the International Space Station a great deal. The self-return spacesuit system, Duda explained, had to be capable of determining a precise location ...
The Army aims to determine whether industry can produce a vehicle-mounted, short-range air defense system to counter unmanned aerial system threats in the near term. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and Numerica Corp. will be looking into the possibility of developing an ability for radar and other ...
The Missile Defense Agency has awarded a pair of research contracts that aim to develop an ability for radar and other sensors to track hypersonic glide vehicle threats which both China and Russia are testing. On Nov. 15, MDA awarded the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, MA, and ...
The new spacesuit, which has been patented by the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, includes what its inventors call a “system for assisted extravehicular activity self-return,” but what has been nicknamed a “take me home” button. The system works by monitoring the movement of an astronaut during a ...
It's a nightmare scenario. An unconscious astronaut on a spacewalk gone wrong floats off into deep space with no way to get back and no way for anyone to reach them. To prevent this from happening, engineering firm Charles Draper Laboratory has patented a "take me home" automatic rescue system ...
A Navy veteran, Hoag spent his working career at Draper Laboratory at MIT. He led development on the navigation systems for the Apollo command module, later becoming department head of the NASA/Army Programs Department, as well as the Advanced Systems Department. His son, Nick, said, though ...
As for maturity, that is the $64,000 question, said Dale Larson, director of commercial initiatives at Cambridge, MA-based Draper Laboratory. "How mature does it have to be? I don't have an exact answer," Larson said. "Obviously, the more mature the better ... I think it's mostly about the power of the problem ...
Draper Laboratory is a not-for-profit engineering research and development organization based in Massachusetts. As part of the America Makes program, the lab has been working on A Low-cost Industrial Multi 3D System for 3D Electronics Manufacturing” in collaboration with the University of Texas at El ...
The first of two Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptors is launched during a successful intercept test. The test, conducted by Missile Defense Agency (MDA), Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) Operational Test Agency, Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated Missile ...
The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc. (Cambridge, Mass.) has reported on an approach for 3-D printing of circuits that it says can slash the wait time from weeks to days. The components are glued down to a substrate with no traces and then are interconnected in real time with conductive ink in the 3-D ...
The U.S. Navy has awarded Charles Stark Draper Laboratory a five-year, $53.5 million contract to produce the MK 6 guidance system for Trident II D5 fleet ballistic missiles. Draper Lab will also support failure verification, test, repair and recertification of inertial measurement units, electronic assemblies and ...
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory has received an $11.1 million contract to deliver services in support of the modernized receiver test assets within a branch of the U.S. Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center Global Positioning Systems Directorate. The Defense Department said Tuesday services ...
Xconomy recently reported that Lexumo, a Boston-area cybersecurity startup that spun out of Draper Laboratory, called it quits in September. The two-year-old company had raised at least $4.9 million in venture funding from Accomplice, .406 Ventures, and Draper, the not-for-profit R&D center next to MIT.
Lucy: Cybersecurity startup Lexumo, which spun out of Draper Laboratory, called it quits in September. In an email Q&A with Xconomy, former CEO Dan McCall shared his thoughts on why he decided to pull the plug: “Lexumo was a seed-funded company and, as such, it's not uncommon for this type of ...
The Army aims to determine whether industry can produce a vehicle-mounted, short-range air defense system to counter unmanned aerial system threats in the near term. The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory and Numerica Corp. will be looking into the possibility of developing an ability for radar and other ...
The Missile Defense Agency has awarded a pair of research contracts that aim to develop an ability for radar and other sensors to track hypersonic glide vehicle threats which both China and Russia are testing. On Nov. 15, MDA awarded the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, MA, and ...
The Missile Defense Agency has awarded a pair of research contracts that aim to develop an ability for radar and other sensors to track hypersonic glide vehicle threats which both China and Russia are testing. On Nov. 15, MDA awarded the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, MA, and ...
The new spacesuit, which has been patented by the Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, includes what its inventors call a “system for assisted extravehicular activity self-return,” but what has been nicknamed a “take me home” button. The system works by monitoring the movement of an astronaut during a ...
It's a nightmare scenario. An unconscious astronaut on a spacewalk gone wrong floats off into deep space with no way to get back and no way for anyone to reach them. To prevent this from happening, engineering firm Charles Draper Laboratory has patented a "take me home" automatic rescue system ...
Researchers at Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Univ. of Massachusetts Medical School, and the Univ. of Santa Barbara have developed nanoparticles that act as viral 'traps' inside the human body. These molecules are surfaced with numerous carbohydrate ...
The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory is using natural forces in space to control spacecraft, satellites, and potentially nanosatellites. Smaller satellites are more difficult to manoeuvre due to the impact that drag, solar radiation pressure, and magnetic field forces have on them. The result on standard ...
Baker also pointed to companies like General Electric, Fidelity and Dell and top research facilities like Draper Laboratory, MIT Lincoln Lab and MITRE — all located in Massachusetts. Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or ...
However, the Draper Lab at UC Davis is unprecedently studying the gonads of this minnow. Draper's lab focuses on how the gene fgf24 affects production of another gene, etv4, as well as the signaling pathways in between. The gene etv4 is believed to be responsible for ovarian cancer. In the recent paper ...
Preserving open space was but one of Hoag's accomplishments. A Navy veteran, Hoag spent his working career at Draper Laboratory at MIT.
He spent his first four years at Draper Laboratory in Cambridge MA working on the Trident missile system, the next year at Siemens handling ...
Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Gaff spent 15 years as an electrical engineer at Draper Laboratory (working on the Trident missile system), ...
... Katehi's replacement, Gary May, who sits on the boards of two defense technology companies, Leidos and Charles Stark Draper Laboratory.


 

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