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2018 Press Releases

06-19-18Johns Hopkins APL Named as One of IDG’s Computerworld 2018 “Best Places to Work in IT”

06-06-18Sub Tech Symposium Looks to the Future

05-30-18APL’s Air and Missile Defense Sector Sponsors Charity “Book Battle” to Support Local Children

05-21-18DeLaHunt Honored by JHU Diversity Leadership Council

05-21-18NASA Honors Mercury Mission Team

05-16-18APL Wins DARPA Contract to Uncover Hidden Ground Truth in Social Phenomena

05-07-18In a Celebration of Bold Innovation, Johns Hopkins APL Honors Top Inventions, Discoveries and Technical Achievements

04-25-18APL Analysts Examine Sony’s Cyber ‘Nightmare’

04-12-18Paul L. Oostburg Sanz Named General Counsel at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

04-06-18Report Advises on Planning for School Safety and Security Technologies

04-06-18Former Deputy National Security Adviser Named APL Senior Fellow

04-06-18NASA’s Mission to Touch the Sun Arrives in the Sunshine State

03-07-18Send Your Name to the Sun Aboard Parker Solar Probe

03-06-18Former Air Force Undersecretary and Acting Secretary Lisa Disbrow Joins Johns Hopkins APL as a Senior Fellow

03-05-18From Advances in Health Care Tech to Touching the Sun, APL Experts Bring Innovation to 2018 South by Southwest

03-01-18Johns Hopkins APL to Host ‘Girl Power’ STEM Event on March 11

02-22-18Fast Company Names Johns Hopkins APL as One of World’s “Most Innovative Companies”

02-21-18Satellite Hunters: Applied Physics Lab Engineers Find a Lost NASA Spacecraft

02-19-18APL Develops and Licenses Safe, Effective Canine Training Aid to Detect Explosives

02-14-18APL Space Executive Ann Darrin Named an ‘Influential Marylander’

02-05-18Andrew Adams Receives Black Engineer of the Year Award for Research Leadership

02-02-18APL Black History Month Kickoff Features Tribute to African American Veterans

01-23-18Lab Wins DoD Honors for Support of Guard and Reserve Staff Members

01-15-18Steep Slopes on Mars Reveal Structure of Buried Ice

01-05-18Lab Already Has Plans for Next New Year’s Eve: In the Kuiper Belt, with New Horizons