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2020

Can a Moon Base Be Safe for Astronauts? (Scientific American, October 22, 2020)

A Handful of Asteroid Could Help Decipher Our Entire Existence (The Atlantic, October 20, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Astronaut Speaks at Space@Hopkins Virtual Symposium (JHU Hub, October 19, 2020)

NASA’s Big Plans to Explore Small Bodies (NASA, October 19, 2020)

Reshaping the U.S. Military with a New Force Planning Construct (Center for a New American Security, October 19, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Scientists Receive Grant to Develop Implantable Ultrasound Devices for Spinal Cord Injury Patients (Technology Networks, October 16, 2020)

How to Build a Spacecraft to Save the World (WIRED, October 15, 2020)

Podcast: Tech Talk on NASA’s Dragonfly Mission to Titan (Aviation Week, October 14, 2020)

Bezos’ Blue Origin Launches Unpiloted New Shepard Capsule to Edge of Space (CBS News, October 13, 2020)

This Spacecraft Is Being Readied for a One-Way Mission to Deflect an Asteroid (MIT Technology Review, October 12, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Top Scientist Dr. Christopher Bradburne on the COVID-19 Pandemic: “We Have a Lot of Reasons to Be Optimistic” (CNBC, October 9, 2020)

Ancient Asteroid Bennu Contains Ingredients for Life (National Geographic, October 8, 2020)

BLOCKsynop, Johns Hopkins APL to Commercialize Advanced Monitor (The Daily Record, October 8, 2020)

Meet Orbilander, a Mission to Search for Life on Enceladus (Planetary Society, October 8, 2020)

Johns Hopkins APL Unveils Tool for Simulating TSA Scanning Tech (ExecutiveBiz, October 6, 2020)

If We Want to Find Life on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus, We Need to Rule Out Earthly Hitchhikers (Space.com, October 5, 2020)

The Unsung Mapmakers (JHU Hub, October 5, 2020)

Tiny Moonbound Spacecraft Have Very Big Goals (Space.com, October 5, 2020)

Life on Venus? Scientists Hunt for the Truth (Nature, October 2, 2020)

NASA Selects SpaceX to Launch Mission Studying Interstellar Space (Spaceflight Now, October 2, 2020)

The Bradykinin Hypothesis: What It Is and What It Can Tell Us (Forbes, October 2, 2020)

APL-Led Team to Unveil Reference Architecture for Interoperable Medical Devices (Executive Biz, September 29, 2020)

NASA Delays Dragonfly Launch by a Year (Space News, September 25, 2020)

Blasting the Air in Front of Hypersonic Vehicles with Lasers Could Unlock Unprecedented Speeds (The Drive, September 24, 2020)

Where to Next in the Outer Solar System? Scientists Have Big Ideas to Explore Icy Moons and More (Space.com, September 24, 2020)

Enhanced Search and Rescue (JHU Hub, Fall 2020)

Massive Genetic Study Shows Coronavirus Mutating and Potentially Evolving Amid Rapid U.S. Spread (The Washington Post, September 23, 2020)

Blue Origin Targets This Thursday for New Shepard Reusable Rocket Launch with NASA Landing System Test (Tech Crunch, September 22, 2020)

Lauren Gardner Among ‘Time 100’ Most Influential People in the World (JHU Hub, September 22, 2020)

Immersive Wisdom Adds Paul Kaminski to Advisory Board (Intelligence Community, September 21, 2020)

Nuclear Reactions Web Series — Nuclear Engineering and Nonproliferation (Atlantic Council, September 21, 2020)

Air Force Collaborative Pushes AI Frontiers — Fast (Breaking Defense, September 18, 2020)

Asteroid Watch 2020: ESA, Germany’s OHB to Build Spacecraft for Planetary Defense Mission (International Business Times, September 18, 2020)

Is Earth-Moon Space the US Military’s New High Ground? (Space.com, September 17, 2020)

AI to Fly in Dogfight Tests by 2024: SecDef (Breaking Defense, September 9, 2020)

‘Decoupling’ the U.S. From China Would Backfire (The Washington Post, September 8, 2020)

The Weird Space That Lies Outside Our Solar System (BBC, September 8, 2020)

States Experiment with Automation to Bolster Cybersecurity (Route Fifty, September 7, 2020)

Roper Mulls Name Change for Changing ABMS (Not Skynet!) (Breaking Defense, September 4, 2020)

OODAcast: Jim Miller on Managing Policy in an Age of Constant Disruption and Dynamic Threats (OODA Loop, September 3, 2020)

Report Sees Ways Artemis Supports Sustainable Human Mars Exploration (Space News, September 3, 2020)

DSS Works with Top Laboratory to Protect U.S. Embassies and Consulates (U.S. Department of State, September 2, 2020)

A Lack of Major Movement Toward Human-Machine Teaming (SIGNAL, September 2, 2020)

Next Phase of Drone Project to Launch (Rome Sentinel, September 2, 2020)

Dragonfly Is the First Aircraft Built for the Outer Solar System (Air & Space Magazine, September 2020)

Cracking the Data Before the Crisis (Geospatial World, August 31, 2020)

Johns Hopkins APL, IARPA Explore Trojan Defense Methods for AI Training Process (Executive Biz, August 31, 2020)

Zibi Turtle Tours Titan, Discusses Dragonfly Mission During TED Talk (The Hub, August 31, 2020)

8-Year-Old Columbia Girl Uses Birthday to Raise Money for COVID-19 Patients (WJZ-TV, August 29, 2020)

Artificial Intelligence Is the Next Top Gun (Bloomberg, August 29, 2020)

How Three New Tools Will Revolutionize Our Understanding of the Sun (Smithsonian Magazine, August 28, 2020)

Industry Says ‘Meh’ to DoD Cislunar Space Push (Breaking Defense, August 28, 2020)

NASA’s Lucy Mission One Step Closer to Exploring the Trojan Asteroids (NASA.gov, August 28, 2020)

Zooming in on Interplanetary Shocks (Physics Today, August 28, 2020)

County Executive Ball Hosts Health and Wellness Townhall (Howard County, Maryland, August 26, 2020)

AI Defeats Air Force Pilot in Head-to-Head Competition, but the Fight Was on the AI’s Terms (Forbes, August 21, 2020)

Cold as (Lunar) Ice: Protecting the Moon’s Polar Regions From Contamination (Space.com, August 21, 2020)

States Join Automated Security Pilot with MS-ISAC, Johns Hopkins (State Tech Magazine, August 21, 2020)

Inside the Wild Finale of DARPA’s Simulated Drone Dogfights (Daily Beat, August 20, 2020)

Inspirational Woman: Dr Kathleen McGill (We Are Tech Women, August 20, 2020)

Coronavirus in Baltimore-Washington Region Shows Little Change, Supporting Need for One Global Vaccine (The Baltimore Sun, August 19, 2020)

PONI Pathbreakers: Breaking the Nuclear Glass Ceiling (CSIS, August 19, 2020)

Research Shows Just One Strain of the Coronavirus in the Region. That Makes Vaccine Work Much Easier (Washington Business Journal, August 19, 2020)

Virtual Fighter Jets Powered by AI Are Battling for the Chance to Duel a Human (Popular Science, August 19, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Researchers Retrace COVID-19’s Introduction, Impact in the D.C. Region (JHU Hub, August 18, 2020)

Spacecraft Exhaust Could Complicate Lunar Science (Axios, August 18, 2020)

What Happens When a Moon Lander Lands? (Cosmos, August 18, 2020)

Coronavirus Invaded the District and Maryland Multiple Times in March, Genetic Analysis Shows (The Washington Post, August 17, 2020)

Northern Lights: Mystery of ‘Glowing Pearl Necklace’ in the Night Sky Solved, Says NASA (Forbes, August 17, 2020)

Winds and Tides Drive Sea Waves on Titan (Sky & Telescope, August 17, 2020)

Aurora Mysteries Unlocked with NASA’s THEMIS Mission (Space Daily, August 16, 2020)

An Air Force Pilot Will Battle AI in a Virtual F-16 Dogfight Next Week. You Can Watch It Live (Forbes, August 13, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Researchers Receive $2.36M Grant to Boost City Students’ Algebra Skills (JHU Hub, August 13, 2020)

Air Force Moving Project Maven into Advanced Battle Management System Portfolio (fedscoop, August 10, 2020)

Dwarf Planet Closest to Earth Is Geologically Alive (National Geographic, August 10, 2020)

16 Plutonium-Powered Space Missions Shaping Our Understanding of Space — Including the NASA Rover That Will Search for Alien Life on Mars (Business Insider, August, 9, 2020)

A human F-16 Pilot Will Fight against AI in an Upcoming Contest (C4ISRNET, August 7, 2020)

The Coming of MISR to the Fleet: The Perspective of the First Deployed MISR Officer (SLDinfo.com, August 5, 2020)

Iron-Rich Meteorites Show Record of Core Crystallization in System’s Oldest Planetesimals (Science Daily, August 3, 2020)

Star Points: Choppering Around the Titan Moon (The Baltimore Sun, August 1, 2020)

“We’re In It Together”: Why Partnership Is the Key to Understanding the Universe and Protecting Our Shared Future (Navigating Our World)

MISR, MINOTAUR and Training for the Maritime Kill Web (Second Line of Defense, July 31, 2020)

Saturn’s Moon Titan May Host Lots of Dried Lakes (Science News for Students, July 31, 2020)

The Global Business Debrief: Johns Hopkins APL Ranked Among Top Places for Innovators to Work (Defense One, July 30, 2020)

These 10 Companies Are Double Award Winners (Fast Company, July 29, 2020)

Navy Autonomy Lab Would Test, Integrate Software Advances to Bring More Capability to Unmanned Fleet (USNI News, July 28, 2020)

NASA’s Ingenuity—the First Ever Off-World Helicopter—Is Set for a ‘Wright Brothers Moment’ on Mars (Scientific American, July 27, 2020)

On the Frontline in Fragile Countries: Using Data to Prioritize COVID-19 Resources and Save Lives (The Rockefeller Foundation, July 27, 2020)

Cost Tripled for Missile Defense Warhead, Despite Prior Warnings, GAO Finds (Defense News, July 23, 2020)

Giant Waves of Sand Are Moving on Mars (Science, July 23, 2020)

Despite Pandemic, APL Propels Space Missions Forward (JHU Hub, July 22, 2020)

10 Cool Things We’ve Learned About Pluto (JHU Hub, July 21, 2020)

Chasing Satellites with Jacques Cousteau (NASA, July 21, 2020)

Freddie Mac Caught in Fallout From Ransomware at Business Partner (WSJ Pro, July 21, 2020)

Space Oddity (The Washington Post, July 20, 2020)

Four States Join Cybersecurity Automation Pilot (State Scoop, July 16, 2020)

Johns Hopkins’ Map Won’t Be Affected as COVID-19 Data Shifts From CDC (Technical.ly, July 16, 2020)

5 Years After Its Pluto Flyby, New Horizons Spacecraft Forges Ahead (CNN, July 15, 2020)

Ciara Sivels Talks About a Career in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (University of Michigan Engineering, July 13, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Lab Is Supporting Tactical Space and Small Satellite Work at AFRL (SIGNAL, July 13, 2020)

SWE Helps MIT Student Kaitlyn Hennacy Preserve the Environment (All Together, July 13, 2020)

Johns Hopkins’ Dashboard: The People Behind the Pandemic’s Most Visited Site (CNN, July 11, 2020)

Six Ways the U.S. Isn’t Ready for Wars of the Future (Bloomberg, July 10, 2020)

Howard County Announces Research Partnership with Applied Physics Lab, New Coronavirus Testing Site in Savage (The Baltimore Sun, July 7, 2020)

Surprising Find at the Bottom of Moon’s Craters Provides New Insights to Its Origin (SciTechDaily, July 5, 2020)

Trailblazer in Nuclear Engineering Reveals Her Unusual Career Path (Silicon Republic, July 3, 2020)

Teaching a Computer to Read Your Mind (SIGNAL, July 1, 2020)

International Asteroid Day: A Look at NASA’s First Planetary Defense Mission (CNN, June 30, 2020)

Octocopter Set to Explore Titan, Saturn’s Very Cool Moon (NPR, June 30, 2020)

Dawn Greenman and Ty Schieber Serve as Panelists for Potomac Officers Club’s CMMC Virtual Forum (GovConWire, June 29, 2020)

How Snakes Fly (Hint: It’s Not on a Plane) (NPR, June 29, 2020)

Hypersonics at Heart of Purdue, Johns Hopkins Partnership (Inside Indiana Business, June 29, 2020)

Johns Hopkins Expert Says Coronavirus Could Bring on a Digital Cold War with China (Boston Herald, June 29, 2020)

Millions Track the Pandemic on Johns Hopkins’s Dashboard. Those Who Built It Say Some Miss the Real Story (The Washington Post, June 29, 2020)

This Coronavirus Doesn’t Change Quickly, and That’s Good News for Vaccine Makers (NPR, June 26, 2020)

Stop Trying to ‘Bounce Back’ to Normal (Innovation Leader, June 25, 2020)

How Long Do Neutrons Live? Space Probe Could Put Debate to Rest (Scientific American, June 25, 2020)

Next-Gen Jammer Low Band Testing Prevails During COVID-19 (U.S. Navy, June 22, 2020)

Potomac Officers Club to Host CMMC Forum 2020 on Wednesday, June 24th (GovCon Wire, June 19, 2020)

Artificial Intelligence Systems Need ‘Checks and Balances’ Throughout Development (C4ISRNET, June 18, 2020)

Devoted to Diversity (University of Maryland, June 18, 2020)

Flat Spots on Saturn’s Moon Titan May Be the Floors of Ancient Lake Beds (Science News, June 16, 2020)

Hypersonic Flight Testing Preparations Ramp Up (Aviation Week, June 16, 2020)

Researchers Face Tougher Hypersonic Barriers as Weapon Tests Loom (Aviation Week, June 16, 2020)

Measuring Neutron Lifetime From Space for the First Time (Tech Explorist, June 13, 2020)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Teams Up with Observatories Around Solar System for 4th Solar Encounter (NASA.gov, June 12, 2020)

‘We Call Him the Rockstar’: Meet Adrian Hill, Head NFL Ref and Rocket Scientist (The Athletic, June 11, 2020)

Roper Pushes Moving Project Maven to Air Force (Breaking Defense, June 11, 2020)

SARS-CoV-2 Is Mutating Slowly, and That’s a Good Thing (JHU Hub, June 10, 2020)

Saturn’s Moon Titan Is Rapidly Migrating Away From the Planet (CNN, June 10, 2020)

Hot, Dry Conditions May Decrease Survival Time of SARS-CoV-2 on Surfaces (Reuters Health, June 9, 2020)

NASA Planetary Defense Efforts Continue During Pandemic (Space News, June 9, 2020)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Flies by the Sun in 5th Close Encounter (Space.com, June 7, 2020)

Chinese Debates on the Military Utility of Artificial Intelligence (War on the Rocks, June 5, 2020)

Aerospace Engineer Is Also Devoted to Diversifying the Workforce (Aerospace America, June 1, 2020)

How 5G Will Help Make Classrooms Smarter (Globe and Mail, May 26, 2020)

NASA’s Webb Will Study the ‘Building Blocks’ of Our Solar System (NASA, May 21, 2020)

The Fight for the Air Force’s “Skyborg” Artificial Intelligence Equipped Drones Has Begun (The Drive, May 19, 2020)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Starts Sun Observation Marathon (Space.com, May 18, 2020)

U.S. Navy Flight Testing Leonardo Radar for Northrop Grumman MQ-8C Fire Scout (Avionics International, May 15, 2020)

JavaScript Game Development in PhaserJS with SharpFives (Tech JR podcast, May 13, 2020)

Running on Empty: Coronavirus Has Changed the Course for Races Big and Small (ESPN.com, May 6, 2020)

Navy Deploys Johns Hopkins APL-Built Tool for Ship Performance Assessments (Executive Biz, May 5, 2020)

This Hot Jupiter Has a Bright Yellow Sky, and Scientists Don’t Know Why (Popular Mechanics, May 5, 2020)

No Blue Skies for Super-Hot Planet WASP-79b (HubbleSite, April 30, 2020)

NASA CubeSat Will Shine a Laser Light on the Moon’s Darkest Craters (JPL News, April 27, 2020)

How Genomic Epidemiology Is Tracking the Spread of COVID-19 Locally and Globally (Chemical & Engineering News, April 23, 2020)

Update on 2I/Borisov, the First Known Interstellar Comet (EarthSky, April 23, 2020)

Ethereum, Fabric, Corda, and Multichain. Only One Is Government Ready – New Report (Forbes, April 21, 2020)

Unlike Earth, the Gases in Venus’ Atmosphere Aren’t Uniformly Mixed (Science News, April 20, 2020)

Washington’s ‘Hospital Czar’: ‘We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet’ (Kitsap Sun, April 18, 2020)

The Coronavirus Is Mutating. What Does That Mean for a Vaccine? (The New York Times, April 16, 2020)

Foggo: U.S. Military in All-New Territory in Fight Against Virus (Seapower magazine, April 15, 2020)

OFFSET Awards Contracts to Advance Swarm Tactics for Urban Missions, Enhance Physical Testbeds (DARPA news, April 13, 2020)

Mining the Moon, APL Orchestrates Lunar Exploration Planning (Business Monthly, April 9, 2020)

BullFrog AI Secures $200K from TEDCO’s Seed Fund (BullFrog press release, April 7, 2020)

All Your Coronavirus Questions, Answered (Time, April 14, 2020)

Machines Are Learning, Too—But Not Like Us (Trend magazine, Pew Charitable Trusts, April 13, 2020)

Most New York Coronavirus Cases Came From Europe, Genomes Show (The New York Times, April 8, 2020)

COVID-19: Help Fleets of Innovators Make 3-D Printed Face Masks (Breaking Defense, April 7, 2020)

‘Every Day Is a New Surprise.’ Inside the Effort to Produce the World’s Most Popular Coronavirus Tracker (Science, April 6, 2020)

Mid-Pandemic, CDC Looks to Upgrade Its Biosurveillance Database (NextGov, April 6, 2020)

Saturn’s Auroras May Explain the Planet’s Weirdly Hot Upper Atmosphere (Science News, April 6, 2020)

When Will Normalcy Return in Maryland? Coronavirus Modelers Suggest It Will Be Awhile (The Baltimore Sun, April 6, 2020)

How Long Until Sports Can Return? You Might Not Like the Answer (The Washington Post, April 4, 2020)

The Role of Genomic Sequencing in Combating COVID-19 (JHU Hub, April 2, 2020)

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 (The 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)