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Character and Leadership: COVID-19 in US-China Relations (The Diplomat, March 31, 2020)

NASA Awards Contract for Aerospace Research, Development, Engineering Support (NASA press release, March 31, 2020)

The Next 10 Years of Planetary Exploration (Planetary Radio, March 25, 2020)

The Coronavirus Isn’t Mutating Quickly, Suggesting a Vaccine Would Offer Lasting Protection (The Washington Post, March 24, 2020)

Navy Hospital Ships Will Be Used in the Fight Against COVID-19. But There’s Much More the Military Can Do in This Crisis (Time, March 23, 2020)

Inslee Names Retired Navy Vice Admiral Raquel C. Bono Head of Washington State COVID-19 Health Care Response Team (Gov. Inslee press office, March 22, 2020)

How the World Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic (Foreign Policy, March 20, 2020)

Prepare Now for the Long War Against Covid-19 (Bloomberg Opinion, March 20, 2020)

Dragonfly Will Traverse an Extraterrestrial Frontier (Big Ten Network, March 17, 2020)

Industry on Pins and Needles as DoD, Accreditation Body to Finalize CMMC Agreement (Federal News Network, March 18, 2020)

Geneva Conventions for Cyber Warriors Long Overdue (National Defense magazine, March 18, 2020)

Beyond “Conventional Wisdom”: Evaluating the PLA’s South China Sea Bases in Operational Context (War on the Rocks, March 17, 2020)

Researchers Detail TrojAI, a Framework for Hardening AI Models Against Adversarial Attacks (Venture Beat, March 17, 2020)

3 Thoughts on Career Paths from Women STEM Leaders (Technical.ly Baltimore, March 10, 2020)

At Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, a Howard Engineer Has a Mission to Connect Kids of Color, Girls with STEM (Baltimore Sun/Howard County Times, February 26, 2020)

IEEE Future Networks Releases the International Network Generations Roadmap, Helping Developers Identify and Overcome Challenges of 5G and Future Network Deployment (IEEE News, February 26, 2020)

The Next Generation of Batteries Could Be Built by Viruses (Wired, February 26, 2020)

AI Deception: When Your Artificial Intelligence Learns to Lie (IEEE Spectrum, February 24, 2020)

How Mareena Robinson Snowden Is Paving the Way for Women in STEM (NBC News – Know Your Value, February 19, 2020)

New Secrets from the Most Distant Object We’ve Ever Visited (Popular Mechanics, February 17, 2020)

Navy Seeks $1B for CPS, Sets FY-28 Target for Arming Virginia-Class with Hypersonics (Inside Defense, February 14, 2020)

NASA Mission Finalists Would Explore Venus or Outer-Planet Moons (Science, February 13, 2020)

3 Lessons on Making the Jump to College (or Any New Life Phase) from STEM Leaders of Color (Technical.ly Baltimore, February 11, 2020)

The Cybersecurity 202: Here’s Why NSA Rushed to Expose Dangerous Computer Bug (The Washington Post, February 6, 2020)

NASA’s Plan to Stop an Asteroid Headed for Earth (Freethink, February 4, 2020)

NASA Solar Probe Smashes Two Wild Records as It Approaches the Sun (CNET, February 3, 2020)

Sponge-Like MOFs Harvest Water from Thin Air (The Engineer UK, February 3, 2020)

Battling a Pandemic Is a Job for the Military (Bloomberg opinion, Janury 29, 2020)

Home Star Stunner: Best Ever Images of Solar Surface Herald New Era (Scientific American, January 29, 2020)

Digging into Earth’s History (JHU Hub, January 28, 2020)

Listen to the Solar Wind with New Data From NASA’s Parker Solar Probe (Discover magazine, January 28, 2020)

No to No First Use—For Now (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, January 13, 2020)

Scientists Made a Nearly Invincible Lithium-Ion Battery (Wired, January 10, 2020)

Volcanoes on Venus Might Still Be Smoking (The New York Times, January 9, 2020)

Fitness Trackers: Do They Work? (JHU Hub, January 8, 2020)

NASA’s Parker Probe Spots Rogue Waves and Magnetic Islands on the Sun (Science News for Students, January 8, 2020)

After an Amazing Decade in Space, These are Humanity’s Top Achievements (Ars Technica, December 27, 2019)

This Drone Will Fly on One of Saturn’s Moons. Here’s the Woman Leading the Mission (PBS NewsHour, December 26, 2019)

One Brain, Two Bionic Arms (Experience, December 17, 2020)