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3D printing technology can be found throughout Maryland at such sites as The Johns Hopkins, Applied Physics Lab, the Army Prototyping Lab at Aberdeen, the Object Lab at Towson University, the Fab Lab at the Community College of Baltimore County and companies, like Northrop Grumman, Black & Decker, Under Armour, Lockheed Martin, and Danko Arlington.
Messenger's camera has filters that go from the blue to the near-infrared of the spectrum, and we are able to use computer processing to enhance the very subtle but real colour differences that are present on Mercury's surface," Dr David Blewett from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab said.
The study's lead author Stamatios Krimigis of John Hopkins University's Applied Physics Lab said "Perhaps by the end of 2012, we will be out in the galaxy.
Andy Cheng of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, Md.
EKM Corporation (San Diego, CA), an award winning knowledge management systems and services provider and Surety LLC (Herndon, VA), a leading provider of data integrity services, today announced that Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab has selected their combined electronic lab notebook solution for a pilot system that will capture, track and validate laboratory research electronically.
In the 1980s, he rose to Manager of the Applied Physics Lab at TRW and to Assistant Manager of the Electro-Optics Technology and Applied Physics Center, initiating projects on high-power microwave sources, free electron lasers, and ion sources for neutral beams.
CTO Lee Redden's expertise spans the leading edge of robotics, computer vision and machine learning, including robotics research at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, NASA's Johnson Space Center, Stanford University, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
He previously was chief scientist of the intelligence exploitation group of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, and also has held positions at NASA and at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.