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2014-01-27 16:20:21

ARLINGTON, Va., Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- After three challenging online qualification rounds, 26 teams of high school students and two teams of middle school students have advanced to the National Finals Competition of the nation's largest youth cyber defense competition - CyberPatriot VI. This year's finalists represent Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and the Manitoba...

MIT Researchers Develop New 'See-Through-Wall' Technology
2011-10-19 05:16:53

[ Watch the Video ] Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers have developed a new radar technology that can reveal what is going on behind a wall. The new see-through-walls technology developed at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory has the ability to see through walls from a distance, giving a real-time video of what is going on behind solid walls. The device uses two rows of antennas; eight for receiving a signal and 13 for transmitting a signal. Gregory Charvat, technical...

2011-08-11 05:24:49

Researchers have developed technology that may one day be the cure for nearly any viral infection. Researchers at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory designed a drug that can identify cells that have been infected by any type of virus, which then kills those cells to terminate the infection. The team found that their drug was effective against all 15 viruses they tested it on, including viruses that cause the common cold, H1N1 influenza, a stomach virus, a polio virus and several other types of...

2011-07-05 12:58:32

MIT researchers have developed a new algorithm that could prevent the midair collisions of up to 10 to 12 small aircraft every year. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mandated that by 2020, all commercial aircraft must be equipped with a new tracking system that broadcasts GPS data, providing more accurate location information than ground-based radar. The FAA has asked MIT researchers to lead the investigation of the system's limits and capacities in anticipation of the deadline....

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