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Johns Hopkins Mentorship Award Named After Late Council Bluffs Native Kim Strohbehn (Daily Nonpareil, Iowa; one-question survey required to view, September 25, 2019)

Navy’s Sea Hunter USV Showcased in Major Project Demonstration (Sea Power, September 25, 2019)

What’s Hotter Than the Surface of the Sun? The Solar Corona (Astronomy, September 25, 2019)

Meet the Nuclear-Powered Self-Driving Drone NASA Is Sending to a Moon of Saturn (NPR, September 17, 2019)

Tunnel 9 Personnel Provides Guidance for Hypersonic Experiment (Arnold Air Force Base News, September 16, 2019)

Long After Historic Flybys, NASA’s New Horizons Is Still Pioneering Science in the Kuiper Belt (Space.com, September 11, 2019)

NASA’s Record-Breaking Parker Solar Probe Aces 3rd Sun Flyby (Space.com, September 4, 2019)

‘The Most Terrifying Moments’: India Counts Down to Risky Moon Landing (Nature, September 3, 2019)

Campaign to Stop Killer Robots ‘Unethical’ & ‘Immoral’: Bob Work (Breaking Defense, August 29, 2019)

How the Pentagon Is Tackling Deepfakes as a National Security Problem (C4ISRNet, August 29, 2019)

NASA Picks 2 Missions to Explore the Fundamental Nature of Space (Space.com, August 28, 2019)

Lord: US to Take Over Turkish F-35 Parts (Air Force Magazine, August 26, 2019)

The Strange Case of Missing Lightning at Venus (Space.com, August 26, 2019)

Dragonfly Spacecraft to Scour the Sands of Titan for the Chemistry of Life (Smithsonian magazine, August 20, 2019)

The Aging Spacecraft of Deep Space (The Atlantic, August 15, 2019)

Will We Ever Control the World with Our Minds? (BBC, August 15, 2019)

Parker Solar Probe Sends Back Images from its Orbits of the Sun (CNN, August 12, 2019)

The Sun Produced a Powerful Interplanetary Shockwave—And It Shook the Whole Solar System (Newsweek, August 12, 2019)

Maryland’s JHU APL, Sonatype Among Fast Company’s ‘Best Workplaces for Innovators’ (Technical.ly Baltimore, August 6, 2019)

NASA’s Mission to ‘Touch the Sun’ Surprises During First Data Delivery (CNET, August 1, 2019)

Navy Medicine Introduces Value-Based Health Care (Health Affairs Journal, August 2019)

Q&A with David Blodgett, Chief Scientist at Johns Hopkins Applied Research Lab (IEEE Brain, August 2019)

Facebook Is Working on Sci-Fi Tech That Would Let Users Type with Their Minds (Fortune, July 30, 2019)

Sun’s Puzzling Plasma Recreated in a Laboratory (Quanta, July 29, 2019)

TACE Lays Down Foundation for Future UAV Test Safety (USAF News, July 29, 2019)

Facts About Saturn’s Rings, Moons and More (NBC Mach, July 22, 2019)

Maryland Science Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing (WBAL-TV, July 19, 2019)

Sorry, You Won’t Be Hovering Over Paris Anytime Soon (The New York Times, July 18, 2019)

Elon Musk’s Neuralink Seeks to Connect Human Brains with Computers (The Washington Post, July 17, 2019)

A Few Things Artemis Will Teach Us About Living and Working on the Moon (NASA News, July 16, 2019)

Interstellar Probe, a Mission Concept for NASA, Aims to Travel 93 Billion Miles Past the Sun (The Washington Post, July 16, 2019)

A List of Postgraduate Resources for Minority Students Hits the Mark (Nature.com, June 26, 2019)

DOD Unveils Plans for Contractor Cybersecurity Standards (Fed Scoop, June 14, 2019)

Saturn’s Largest Moon Would Make an Unbelievable Vacation Spot (The Atlantic, June 14, 2019)

Inside Scientists’ New Plan to Deflect Asteroids Away from Earth (NBC News, June 2, 2019)

Artificial Intelligence: Power to the People (Ethics & International Affairs, June 2019)

Decision Time — NASA’s New Frontiers (Aerospace America, June 2019)

Applying AI Safety & Ethics Today (Future of Life, May 31, 2019)

Navy Scientists, Engineers Collaborate at First NSWCDD Modeling and Simulation Summit (Navy News, May 31, 2019)

If DARPA Has Its Way, AI Will Rule the Wireless Spectrum (IEEE Spectrum, May 28, 2019)

Dr. Ralph Semmel of JHU Applied Physics Laboratory to Receive Honorary Degree and Deliver Commencement Address at Howard Community College (Howard Community College News, May 24, 2019)

DARPA Funds Ambitious Brain-Machine Interface Program (IEEE Spectrum, May 21, 2019)

Finding Ender: Exploring the Intersections of Creativity, Innovation, and Talent Management in the U.S. Armed Forces (National Defense University, May 20, 2019)

Jeff Bezos Unveils Blue Moon Lunar Lander and Shares Updated Vision for Blue Origin (GeekWire, May 9, 2019)

InSight Mars Lander Snaps Dusty Selfie on Red Planet (Space.com, May 8, 2019)

5 Questions with Kirby Runyon (Baltimore Style, May 2019)

Howard Community College Graduates Share Advice for Future Students (The Baltimore Sun, May 2019)

Photographers Show Off Harford Shelter Animals’ Best Sides to Get Them Adopted (The Baltimore Sun, May 2019)

Persistent Engagement, Agreed Competition and Deterrence in Cyberspace (Lawfare, April 30, 2019)

What If a Killer Asteroid Were Headed Toward Earth? NASA Plans to Find Out This Week (NBC News, April 29, 2019)

The Pentagon Wants Your Thoughts About AI but May Not Listen (Wired, April 26, 2019)

Christine Fox, Former Acting Deputy Defense Secretary, Talks to Howard Community College Students About Math (Howard County Times, April 25, 2019)

How the Parker Solar Probe Survives Close Encounters with the Sun (IEEE Spectrum, April 25, 2019)

Emerging Tech Needs Enough Runway to Take Off, Experts Say (GCN, April 17, 2019)

Meteoroids Pelting the Moon Reveal Water Trapped in Its Soil (PBS/Nova, April 15, 2019)

Saturn’s Moon Titan May Have ‘Phantom Lakes’ and Caves (Space.com, April 15, 2019)

Scientists at Work: Teaching Robots to Think (Pew ‘After the Fact’ Podcast, April 12, 2019)

‘Scotland Road’ Finds Titanic Tale in Compelling, Murky Waters (The Baltimore Sun, April 12, 2019)

Marines’ Abrams Tanks Successfully Perform with 3D-Printed Impellers (United Press International, April 8, 2019)

Theatre Review: ‘Scotland Road’ at APL Drama Club (Maryland Theater Guide, April 8, 2019)

How a Second Look at 40-Year-Old Studies Helped Explain Solar Wind (Popular Mechanics, April 6, 2019)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Set for Second Approach to ‘Touch’ the Sun Thursday (Florida Today, April 3, 2019)

Prototype High-Gain Antenna Being Tested for Europa Clipper (SpaceFlight Insider, April 3, 2019)

Cyber Anvil, Persistent Cyber Training Environment Event, Provides Joint Force Training, Evaluation (Army News, April 1, 2019)

How AI and Machine Learning Are Changing Prosthetics (MedTechDive, March 29, 2019)

Kuiper Belt Dust May Be in Our Atmosphere (and NASA Labs) Right Now (Science News, March 27, 2019)

‘A Quick 5’ with Anne Marcotte, APL Drama Club’s ‘Scotland Road’ (Maryland Theater Guide, March 27, 2019)

Pentagon Hopes to Have New Cybersecurity Standards for Contractors in 2020 (Fifth Domain, March 26, 2019)

In the Sky and on the Ground, Collaboration Vital to DARPA’s CODE for Success (DARPA News, March 22, 2019)

On Pluto, It’s Been Spring Since 1990 (The Atlantic, March 21, 2019)

How Ultima Thule Is Like a Sticky, Pull-Apart Pastry (The New York Times, March 18, 2019)

NC Astronaut Blasts Off for International Space Station Visit (WRAL-TV, March 14, 2019)

Why Maryland Is Home of Cybersecurity Innovation (U.S. News and World Report, March 13, 2019)

How Much Water May Be Tucked Away in Nearby Asteroids? (Space.com, March 11, 2019)

Are Small Satellites the Solution for Space Weather Monitoring? (Space News, March 6, 2019)

We Are About to See the First Mission to Defend Humanity Against Space (Irish Times, February 28, 2019)

The Oversell and Undersell of Digital Health (Health Affairs, February 27, 2019)

New Horizons Beams Back Its Clearest Images of Ultima Thule Yet (Gizmodo, February 23, 2019)

Fatalities from Police Chases Climbing, Could Be Higher Than Records Indicate (McClatchy News, February 21, 2019)

Tiny New Moon Discovered Around Neptune (The Washington Post, February 20, 2019)

Solar Tadpole-Like Jets Seen with NASA’s IRIS Add New Clue to Age-Old Mystery (Science Daily, February 19, 2019)

The ‘Dog Star’, the Brightest Star in the Night Sky, Will Go Dark on Monday for ‘First Time’ Ever (Forbes, February 14, 2019)

We’d Be Lost without Them: Meet the Team That Runs GPS for the World (Telegraph UK, February 13, 2019)

MindX, a Startup Developing Brain-Controlled Smartglasses, Names Julia Brown as CEO (Technical.ly Baltimore, February 13, 2019)

Science Behind the Fiction: The Cyborgs of Alita Are on the Way (SyFy, February 13, 2019)

Mysterious Space Object Ultima Thule Looks a ‘Giant Pancake’ and NASA Isn't Sure Why (Fox News, February 11, 2019)

New Pictures from NASA’s New Horizons Show a Pancaked Peanut (The Verge, February 9, 2019)

The DART Mission: Learning How to Swat Dangerous Asteroids (Planetary Radio, February 5, 2019)

NASA Mission Aims to Deflect Asteroid (NBC4-Washington, February 5, 2019)

Comet-Blasted Star May Be a Rerun of the Solar System’s Birth (Scientific American, February 4, 2019)

An Asteroid Could Destroy Humanity Like It Did Dinosaurs. A Hopkins Team Has a Plan to Save the World. (The Baltimore Sun, February 4, 2019)

NASA Asks Johns Hopkins for Help Protecting Earth from Asteroids (WJZ-TV, February 4, 2019)

OSIRIS-Rex Finds Rugged Terrain on Asteroid Bennu (Spaceflight Now, January 31, 2019)

Once Around the Sun! NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Aces 1st Trip Around Our Star (Space.com, January 29, 2019)

Blue Origin’s New Shepard Launches NASA Experiments, Aces Rocket Landing (Space.com, January 23, 2019)

NASA Will Attempt to Knock an Asteroid Out of Orbit for the First Time in 2022 (Business Insider, January 22, 2019)

Post-Apocalypse Now at Laurel Mill (The Baltimore Sun, January 17, 2019)

Flying the Skies of Saturn’s Moon Titan (Planetary Radio, January 16, 2019)

NASA May Decide This Year to Land a Drone on Saturn’s Moon Titan (Space.com, January 16, 2019)

Atmospheric Mystery on Saturn’s Largest Moon (Scientific American, January 10, 2019)

From Subs to Health IT: Johns Hopkins Lab Exec Revolutionizing Medicine with Engineering (Government CIO Podcast, January 9, 2019)

Do Digital Tools Fail to Show Impact in High-Risk, High-Cost Populations? (Modern Healthcare, January 7, 2019 )

Work & Danzig on New Approach to US Strategy (Defense and Aerospace Report, January 7, 2019)

We Just Flew Past a Kuiper Belt Object. Here’s Why We Should Do It Again. (Space.com, January 7, 2019)

How the U.S. Can Navigate an Ever-Scarier World (Bloomberg News Q&A, January 6, 2019)

Humanity Will Slam a Spacecraft into an Asteroid in a Few Years to Help Save Us All (Space.com), January 2, 2019)

NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Just Visited the Farthest Object Ever Explored (The Washington Post, January 1, 2019)

New Horizons Takes Photos of Ultima Thule , 4 Billion Miles Away (The New York Times, December 31, 2018)


Johns Hopkins Leads Nation in Research Spending for 39th Consecutive Year (JHU Hub, December 17, 2018)

The Parker Solar Probe Takes Its First Up-Close Look at the Sun (Science News, December 12, 2018)

UNL Scientists, Drillers Look for Life Under Antarctic Ice Sheet (Lincoln Journal Star, December 4, 2018)

The US Military Is Genetically Engineering New Life Forms to Detect Enemy Subs (Defense One, December 1, 2018)

Key UAS Detect-and-Avoid System Tested Successfully in N.Y. (Unmanned Aerial Online, November 28, 2018)

CODE Demonstrates Autonomy and Collaboration with Minimal Human Commands (DARPA News, November 19, 2018)

China Is About to Visit Uncharted Territory on the Moon (Science News, November 11, 2018)

NASA: Record-Breaking Parker Solar Probe Now Closer to the Sun Than Any Other Man-Made Object (Newsweek, October 30, 2018)

NASA Probe Is Now Closest Ever Aircraft to the Sun, and It’s Getting Nearer (CNN, October 30, 2018)

Emerging Advanced Cybersecurity Technology and Techniques in the U.S. Federal Government (Forbes, October 29, 2018)

‘It’s Going to Be Historic’: New Horizons Team Prepares for Epic Flyby of Ultima Thule (Space.com, October 25, 2018)

A Slow Trip to a Hot Planet: Spacecraft Launches for Mission to Mercury (NPR, October 19, 2018)

All Systems Go for Second-Ever Mission to Enter Mercury’s Orbit (Nature, October 15, 2018)

IARPA Wants to Identify Criminals From Their Skin Cells (NextGov, October 15, 2018)

Robotics Expert: Artificial Intelligence Will ‘Creep’ into People’s Everyday Lives (The Hill, October 12, 2018)

New Horizons Sails Through ‘Final Exam’ Before Ultima Thule Encounter (Space.com, October 2, 2018)

A Long-Term R&D Vision for Johns Hopkins Lab (Signal Magazine, October 1, 2018)

Collision Course (Baltimore Magazine, October 2018)

60 Years of DARPA’s Favorite Toys (IEEE Spectrum, September 26, 2018)

Albuquerque Kids Meet Scientists Who Sent First Spacecraft to Pluto (KRQE-TV, September 21, 2018)

‘Everything About This Flyby Is Tougher’: New Horizons Just Over 100 Days from Ultima Thule (Planetary Society, September 19, 2018)

The Next War Might Include Mind-Controlled Drones (Military Times, September 19, 2018)

Cassini’s Last View of Saturn Moon Shows Fabulous Methane Lakes (Fox News, September 17, 2018)

2 Bear Sightings Documented by Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab (Columbia Patch, September 14, 2018)

Mission to Slam Spacecraft into Asteroid Has Begun Final Design and Construction (Gizmodo, September 13, 2018)

MDA: Space-based Kill Assessment Constellation Nearly in Place, Set to Deliver New Capability (Inside Defense, September 11, 2018)

New Reasons Why Pluto Should Be Considered a Planet After All (Universe Today, September 9, 2018)

DOE, Industry to Prepare Cyber Emergency Plans (Energy News, September 5, 2018)

Army Robot Can Get Itself Up After It Falls Down (Fox News, August 29, 2018)

NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Takes First Picture of Distant Rock It Will Visit (The New York Times, August 29, 2018)

Smarter Every Day: Parker Solar Probe (YouTube, August 24, 2018)

NASA Probe from Johns Hopkins Lab Rockets Toward Sun for Closest Look Yet (The Baltimore Sun, August 12, 2018)

NASA to Send Probe Closer to Sun Than Ever Before (CBS News, August 10, 2018)

Can Parker Solar Probe Take the Heat? (JHU Hub, August 6, 2018)

The Spacecraft Engineering Required to “Touch the Sun” (Popular Mechanics, August 6, 2018)

Building a Probe That Will Survive a Trip to the Sun (NPR, July 31, 2018)

How the Parker Probe Was Built to Survive Close Encounters with the Sun (Science News, July 31, 2018)

Mentor Group Takes Florida Space Trip (Tidewater, VA, News, June 30, 2018)

Researchers Explore AI’s Potential to Analyze Medical Images (Radiology Business, June 29, 2018)

‘Electronic Skin’ Developed at Johns Hopkins Allows Amputees to Feel Sensations in Prosthetic Hands (The Baltimore Sun, July 25, 2018)

Parker Solar Probe Will ‘Shake’ Hands with the Sun (PBS NewsHour, July 20, 2018)

Our Future with Intelligent Systems (It’s Better Than You Think) (TEDx Talk, July 19, 2018)

Biodefense World Summit Coverage – Biodetection Technologies (Contagion Live, July 13, 2018)

Death-Defying NASA Mission Will Make Humanity’s Closest Approach to the Sun (Nature, July 4, 2018)

NASA Develops Plan to Defend Earth from Asteroids (Hearst TV, July 4, 2018)

Johns Hopkins AI, Machine Learning Image Analysis May Reduce Risk of Blindness (Health Imaging, July 3, 2018)

Ingredients for Life Discovered Gushing Out of Saturn’s Moon (The Washington Post, June 27, 2018)

Japan’s Hayabusa2 Spacecraft Nears Its Target, the Asteroid Ryugu (Scientific American, June 26, 2018)

Cool Digs: Inside APL’s Intelligent Systems Center – Security Clearance Required (Baltimore Business Journal, June 25, 2018)

My Father, the Chemist, Teaches Anatomy (Scientific American, June 13, 2018)

NASA Probe’s Next Target May Reveal Solar System’s Origins (Salon.com, June 12, 2018)

Hacking the Brain’s Code (Wall Street Journal “Future of Everything” podcast, June 6, 2018)

New Horizons Pluto Probe Wakes Up, on Course for New Year’s Day Flyby (CBS News, June 5, 2018)

The First Person to Live with a Mind-Controlled Robotic Arm Is Teaching Himself Piano (Quartz, June 5, 2018)

Dunes on Pluto Made of Tiny Frozen Grains of Methane (The Baltimore Sun, June 1, 2018)

Pluto Dune Mystery Challenges Scientists’ Frame of Reference (Christian Science Monitor, June 1, 2018)

Helicopters Are Coming to a Planet Near You (The Atlantic, May 15, 2018)

How Asteroids May Have Brought Water to Earth (The New York Times, May 15, 2018)

How NASA Will Look for Geysers (and Life) on Europa (Wired, May 14, 2018)

The Solar System’s Icy Secret Keeper (The Atlantic, May 14, 2018)

NASA to Send 1.1 Million People’s Names to the Sun (The Atlantic, May 1, 2018)

New Book Conveys Details and Flavor of First Mission to Pluto (EoS, May 1, 2018)

Stunning Scientists, NASA’s Only Moon Rover Just Got Canceled (The Washington Post, April 28, 2018)

Spirited Comedy, Courtesy of APL Scientists (Howard County Times, April 19, 2018)

Key Democrat Fighting Plan to Slash Pentagon Agencies (Defense News, April 18, 2018)

Solar Probe Arrives in Florida (Florida Today, April 10, 2018)

These Seafaring Robots Will Search for Life Across the Solar System (Popular Science, April 6, 2018)

Space Scientists Have Big Plans to Avert an Asteroid Apocalypse (NBC News, April 6, 2018)

‘Traffic Jam’ from Collapsing Ring May Have Carved Saturn Moon (Space.com, April 6, 2018)

Former NASA Scientist to Lead National Air and Space Museum (The Washington Post, April 5, 2018)

So Hot, It’s Cool: Record-Breaking Sun Probe Nearly Ready for Launch (Space.com, April 4, 2018)

More Synthetic Data Needed to Improve AI (National Defense, March 30, 2018)

NASA to Send Spacecraft into Sun’s Atmosphere (CBS This Morning, March 29, 2018)

Parker Solar Probe to Get Closer to the Sun Than Ever Before (WBAL TV, March 29, 2018)

NASA’s New Parker Probe Will Skim the Sun’s Surface (Wired, March 28, 2018)

Return to Titan (New Scientist, March 24, 2018)

The Army Battery You Can Cut in Half and Still Use (C4ISRNet, March 16, 2018)

SXSW 2018: How NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Was Engineered to Take the Heat (IEEE Spectrum, March 10, 2018)

U.S. Scientists Plot Return to the Moon’s Surface (Nature, March 6, 2018)

Parker Solar Probe Space Environment Testing (WJLA TV, February 26, 2018)

MPT Direct Connection: Launch Capabilities and Space Exploration (Maryland Public Television, February 12, 2018)

New Horizons Spacecraft, Controlled From Md. Lab, Sends Back Farthest Photos Ever Taken (WJZ Channel 13, February 12, 2018)

NASA’s Long-Dead IMAGE Satellite May Be Alive (Science, January 26, 2018)

Bob Work Has an Idea to Improve AI (C4ISRNet, January 24, 2018)

Parker Solar Probe Will Get Closer to the Sun Than Anything Ever Before (The Washington Post, January 22, 2018)

NASA’s Mission to the Sun Undergoes Space Testing (Newsweek, January 17, 2018)

Artificial Intelligence to Sort Through ISR Data Glut (NDIA Magazine, January 16, 2018)

Three Minutes of Microgravity Is Worth the Cost of a Small House, If You’re a Scientist (Quartz, January 12, 2018)

How to Conquer Titan with a Nuclear Quad Octocopter (IEEE Spectrum, January 8, 2018)

Scientific Ballooning Takes Off (Nature, January 4, 2018)

Next Christmas in the Kuiper Belt (Space Review, January 2, 2018)


NASA Readies ‘Europa Clipper’ Mission to Jupiter’s Frozen Moon (Forbes, December 31, 2017)

NASA Advances Missions to Land a Flying Robot on Titan or Snatch a Piece of a Comet (The Washington Post, December 20, 2017)

University of Sydney Develops Quantum Trick to Block Background Sensor ‘Chatter’ (ZDNet, December 19, 2017)

Surprise! New Horizons Probe’s Next Flyby Target Has at Least One Moon (Space.com, December 18, 2017)

A ‘Century’ of IAMD Warfare Tactics Instructors (Navy News, December 12, 2017)

Former Pentagon Leader Calls for More Investment in Cloud Computing (National Defense magazine, December 12, 2017)

TEDx Talk: Don’t Let the Brushback Pitch Take You Out of the Game (TEDx, December 12, 2017)

Four Planetary Landscapes That Scientists Can’t Explain (Eos, December 11, 2017)

Why Incoming Asteroids Shouldn’t Keep You Up at Night (Christian Science Monitor, December 11, 2017)

7 Surprising Facts About Pluto (Mental Floss, December 5, 2017)

Innovative Tech Helps AMO Combat Smugglers (U.S. Customs and Border Protection, December 2017)

Inside Look at New Technology to Protect Bus, Train Stations (Good Morning America, December 2017)

7 Shining Facts About the Sun (Mental Floss, November 27, 2017)

Beautiful Saturn: Cassini Team Unveils Farewell Photo of Ringed Planet (Space.com, November 22, 2017)

These 4 Scientists and Engineers Under 40 Were Behind Big Breakthroughs (Technical.ly Baltimore, November 20, 2017)

Women in Tech: 25 Profiles in Persistence (EE Times, November 20, 2017)

Scientists Develop Safer, More Durable Lithium-Ion Battery That Can Operate Under Extreme Conditions (Tech Xplore, November 16, 2017)

NASA Expands Podcast Selections with New Science Series (NASA press release, November 15, 2017)

What the Heck Is an Engineer Anyway? (Science, November 15, 2017)

Curiosity Rover Uses Color Detectors While Climbing Ridge on Mars (Space.com, November 7, 2017)

Russell E. Gingras, Former Chief of Staff at Applied Physics Laboratory, Dies (The Baltimore Sun, November 5, 2017)

Pentagon Nominee Griffin: Procurement a ‘Mess,’ U.S. Losing Edge in Aviation, Space (Space News, October 28, 2017)

DSS Physical Security R&D: A Tradition of Protection and Innovation (U.S. Department of State News, October 23, 2017)

Mysterious Particles Spotted in Saturn’s Atmosphere (Nature, October 18, 2017)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Breaks Ground on New Building (The Baltimore Sun, October 17, 2017)

Plutonium Supply for NASA Missions Faces Long-Term Challenges (Space News, October 10, 2017)

Solar Probe Will Approach Sun Closer Than Any Prior Spacecraft (Eos, October 4, 2017)

The Mysterious Bright Spots on Ceres May Have a Common Origin (New Scientist, October 2, 2017)

Course Corrector (Aerospace America, October 2017)

NASA Spacecraft to ‘Touch the Sun’ (WTTG-Fox 5, September 25, 2017)

Families Affected by Cancer Spend ‘Sundays at the Park’ with Orioles (Howard County Times, September 21, 2017)

Europe Urged to Reconsider Pullout from ‘Armageddon’ Asteroid Mission (Phys.org, September 20, 2017)

Back to Saturn? Five Missions Proposed to Follow Cassini (The New York Times, September 15, 2017)

Snapshot: S&T and the Pentagon Are Changing K-9 Bomb Detection (U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology News, September 12, 2017)

China’s Delayed Moon Mission Sparks Debate over Lunar Samples (Scientific American, September 11, 2017)

UVA Tests New Dummy, Aiming to Make Vehicles Safer for Soldiers (UVAToday, September 11, 2017)

Inspired by Nature: Flying Fish Amphibious Drone Can Soar in the Sky and Swim in Water (International Business Times, September 8, 2017)

Jupiter’s Vividly Glowing Auroras Have a Mysterious Power Source (The Verge, September 6, 2017)

Program Uses Virtual Reality, Artificial Limbs to ‘CONVEY’ the Power of STEM (Seapower, September 6, 2017)

New Source of Jupiter’s Aurora Discovered (CNN tech video, September 2017)

Inspiring a New, Lower-Cost Prosthesis (JHU Engineering, August 28, 2017)

Johns Hopkins Team Trials Free-Space Optical Communications at Sea (Lightwave, August 28, 2017)

This Probe Might Investigate the Mysterious Ocean of Saturn’s Biggest Moon (Gizmodo, August 24, 2017)

Making Genuine Healthcare Interoperability Possible (Oliver Wyman Health, August 23, 2017)

Water Ice Found Near Mars’s Equator Could Entice Colonists and Life-Seekers (Science, August 16, 2017)

First Coast Guard Minotaur Aircraft Conducts Search and Rescue (U.S. Coast Guard News, August 14, 2017)

The Loyal Engineers Steering NASA’s Voyager Probes Across the Universe (The New York Times, August 3, 2017)

NASA Gets Ready to Punch an Asteroid in 2022 with DART Mission (HowStuffWorks, August 3, 2017)

6 Riveting Facts About Mars (Mental Floss, August 3, 2017)

DHS S&T Announces Commercialization of REnigma Malware Reverse-Engineering Tool (U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate press release, August 2, 2017)

Snapshot: S&T Works with NYPD to Test Communication Systems for Public Safety Use (U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate, August 1, 2017)

Executive Spotlight: Interview with Aili Kujawa, Director of Talent Services for Johns Hopkins APL (ExecutiveBiz, July 26, 2017)

NASA’s Mission to ‘Touch’ the Sun (TWiT, July 22, 2017)

Need a Hand? These Advanced New Bomb Disposal Robots Can Help with That (Task and Purpose, July 21, 2017)

The Mysterious Origins of Mars’s Trailing Asteroids (The Atlantic, July 18, 2017)

Marine Corps’ Acquisition Command Ensures 3-D Parts Are Safe, Certified (U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command, July 13, 2017)

NASA Plans for Its Next Wave of Martian Robots (Inverse, July 11, 2017)

Artificial Stupidity: Learning to Trust Artificial Intelligence (Sometimes) (Breaking Defense, July 5, 2017)

NASA Is Moving Ahead with an Ambitious Plan to Deflect an Asteroid (Gizmodo, July 4, 2017)

The Extraordinary Story of the Man Who’s Getting the Most Advanced Robotic Arm in the World (Quartz, July 2017)

The Robust Cooling System of a NASA Spacecraft Flying Into the Sun’s Atmosphere (Popular Mechanics, June 27, 2017)

ACSS Among Teams Advancing Collision Avoidance for Unmanned Aircraft (AIN Online, June 15, 2017)

NASA Record-Breaking Sun-Surfing Mission, Explained in Gifs (Motherboard, June 15, 2017)

How Facebook’s Telepathic Texting Is Supposed to Work (Fox Business/Wall Street Journal, June 11, 2017)

Hopkins Scientists Readying Mission to Touch the Sun (The Baltimore Sun, June 9, 2017)

New Technology for First Responders Tested at the Gorge (Everett, Washington, Herald, June 8, 2017)

Snapshot: S&T Helps Explosive Detection Canine Teams get REDDI (Department of Homeland Security, June 7, 2017)

Director of Typing-by-Brain Project Discusses How Facebook Will Get Inside Your Head (IEEE Spectrum, June 5, 2017)

GEOINT 2017: Academic Innovation (Trajectory magazine, June 4, 2017)

Military Kids Use Virtual, Augmented Reality to STEMulate Learning (Defense Video Imagery Distribution System, June 3, 2017)

Rocketing to the Sun and Its Flaming Secrets (The New York Times, June 3, 2017)

Artificial Stupidity: When Artificial Intelligence + Human = Disaster (Breaking Defense, June 2, 2017)

Topsail Island’s Experimental Missile Testing Program (Public Radio East, June 2, 2017)

The New Moon (Physics Today, June 2017)

NASA’s New Sun Probe Could Help Avert Solar Storm Catastrophe (NBC News, May 31, 2017)

NASA Plans to Launch a Probe Next Year to ‘Touch The Sun’ (NPR, May 31, 2017)

War without Fear: DepSecDef Work on How Al Changes Conflict (Breaking Defense, May 31, 2017)

Local Groundbreaking Research Includes Artificial Limbs (Federal News Radio, May 29, 2017)

In Urgent Request, US Special Ops Adds 350 Kamikaze Drones to Fight ISIS (Defense One, May 18, 2017)

We Might Have a New Way to Push Back Space Radiation (Universe Today, May 17, 2017)

Countering ‘Little Green Men’: Pentagon Special Ops Studies Russia ‘Gray Zone’ Conflict (Defense News, May 15, 2017)

New Communication Technology Tested Aboard Cape May – Lewes Ferry Vessel (Cape May County Herald, May 10, 2017)

Titan Ripe for Drone Invasion (Universe Today, May 5, 2017)

Want a True Bionic Limb? Good Luck without Machine Learning (Wired, May 3, 2017)

‘Dragonfly’ Drone Could Explore Saturn Moon Titan (Space.com, April 25, 2017)

Facebook Has a Plan to Let You Type with Your Brain (USA Today, April 19, 2017)

NASA’s New Horizons Probe Is Taking a Long Nap as It Prepares to Meet Up with a Distant Icy Space Rock (The Verge, April 11, 2017)

Humanity Will ‘Touch the Sun’ with the Fastest Spacecraft Ever Made (Motherboard, April 8, 2017)

Minotaur Mission System to Be Added to P-8 in Increment 3 Upgrade (Seapower magazine, April 5, 2017)

Couple Gives New Life to Columbia Founder James Rouse’s Former Home (The Baltimore Sun, April 4, 2017)

ACSS, NASA Plan UAS Collision Avoidance Flight Tests This Summer (UAS Magazine, March 30, 2017)

Ringo Is a Beatle, Hawaii Is a State—Why Isn’t Pluto a Planet? (Scientific American, March 29, 2017)

Enigmatic Plumes from Saturn’s Moon Caused by Cosmic Collision (New Scientist, March 24, 2017)

NASA Selects CubeSat, SmallSat Mission Concept Studies (NASA press release, March 22, 2017)

City Schools Education Foundation Announces CORE Awards, Banquet (The Greeneville Sun [Tennessee], March 21, 2017)

Electrified Sand Could Explain Titan’s Odd Backward-Facing Dunes (New Scientist, March 21, 2017)

Charleston Rocket Scientist’s Outer Space Photos (The Post and Courier [Charleston, South Carolina], March 18, 2017)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Celebrates 75 Years of Bold Innovation (JHU Hub, March 16, 2017)

APL Celebrates 75 Years (WJZ-TV, March 10, 2017)

Saturn’s Titan Moon May Offer a Glimpse of Life as We Don’t Know It (Seeker.com; March 9, 2017)

Monitoring System Could Allow Multiple Experiments to Be Flown Together (Aerotech News, March 3, 2017)

Martian Winds Carved Giant Mountain in Red Planet’s Gale Crater (Space.com, March 1, 2017)

NASA’s Audacious Europa Missions Are Getting Closer to Reality (The Planetary Society blog, February 21, 2017)

Cool Jobs: Probing Pluto (Science News for Students, February 16, 2017)

After 15 Years, SABER on TIMED Still Breaks Ground from Space (NASA, February 13, 2017)

How NASA Is Planning to Touch the Sun (Popular Science, February 14, 2017)

How Systems Engineering Can Help Fix Health Care (Harvard Business Review, February 9, 2017)

Tiny Satellites, Big Impact: NASA’s Next-gen Approach to Studying Earth’s Climate (Laboratory Equipment magazine, February 7, 2017)

Carderock, Microsoft, APL Meet to Discuss Augmented Reality Opportunities (Navy News, January 31, 2017)

Discovery’s ‘The Dark Side of the Sun’ Takes a Look at How Scientists Are Working to Understand Our Brightest Star and Protect Against Its Potential to Devastate Modern Civilization (Discovery Channel, January 30, 2017)

Hit Threatening Asteroids’ Bright Spots to Deflect Them (New Scientist, January 25, 2017)

Microsoft’s HoloLens Joins the Military (GeekWire, January 23, 2017)

New Horizons Probe Moves Beyond Pluto to Its Next Adventure (NBCNews.com, January 23, 2017)

Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Developing Instruments for NASA Asteroid Missions (WJZ-TV 13, January 9, 2017

Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Teams to Develop Instruments for Asteroid-Bound NASA Missions (The Baltimore Sun, January 8, 2017)


Kansan Launches Space Career, Spacecraft Through Solar System Past Pluto (Topeka Capital-Journal, December 30, 2016)

Johns Hopkins, APL to Partner with Facebook’s R&D Team (Baltimore Business Journal, December 28, 2016)

NASA’s Europa Lander May Drill to Find Pristine Samples on Icy Moon (Space.com, December 26, 2016)

Imaging the Near-Earth Space Environment (SPIE News, December 20, 2016)

Data from New Horizons Reveal Pluto and Charon Are Anything But Dead Balls of Rock (JHU Hub, December 20, 2016)

How to Make Donald Trump’s Phone Safe (Defense One, December 16, 2016)

Watch These Self-Driving Boats Get in Formation (Technical.ly Baltimore, December 14, 2016)

New Amputation Procedure Offers Promise (CNN, November 22, 2016)

ActiveCyber Interview with Mr. Curtis Dukes – Deputy National Manager for National Security Systems at NSA (ActiveCyber.net, November 15, 2016)

NASA to Launch ‘Swarms’ of Small, Earth-Observing Satellites (Space.com, November 8, 2016)

Why is Pluto ‘Leaking’ X-Rays? Astronomers Baffled by Emissions from the Dwarf Planet (Daily Mail, November 7, 2016)

15 Months Later, Last of New Horizons Data from Pluto Reaches Earth (WJZ-TV Baltimore, October 31, 2016)

How NASA Got Every Last Piece of Pluto Data Down from New Horizons (Wired, October 31, 2016)

Future Asteroid Miners Seek Solid Space Rock Plan (Seeker, October 27, 2016)

Icy Heart Could Be Key to Pluto’s Strange Geology (Nature, October 21, 2016)

Keep Calm and Go to Pluto (Design News, October 18, 2016)

Brain Implant Restores Sense of Touch to Paralyzed Man (NPR, October 12, 2016)

On 110th birthday, Prof. C.K. Jen Gets a Hometown Honor (Asia Times, October 7, 2016)

Elon Musk’s Path to Mars Begins with Red Dragon (Science, September 27, 2016)

Hubble Telescope Zooms in on Comet’s Death Throes (Scientific American, September 19, 2016)

Brain-Machine Interfaces Could Redefine “Disability” (Washington Post Live [video], September 16, 2016)

Pluto Has a Comet-Like Tail, X-Rays (Forbes, September 14, 2016)

Successful F-35, SM-6 Live Fire Test Points to Expansion in NIFC-CA, Networked Naval Warfare (USNI News, September 13, 2016)

US Navy’s New Super Stealth Destroyer Zumwalt Prepares to Test Weapons Systems (The National Interest, September 5, 2016)

Giant Ice Volcano Spotted on Dwarf Planet Ceres (Nature, September 1, 2016)

ECBC Tests Chemical, Biological Sensor Integration in Utah Desert (U.S. Army news, August 31, 2016)

Tech Leaders Speak at Think Big Festival (Coeur d’Alene Press, August 28, 2016)

Zika Is Just the First Front in the 21st-Century Biowar (Foreign Policy, August 24, 2016)

Watch This Mind-Controlled Bionic Arm Touch and Feel (Motherboard, August 18, 2016)

We’re About to Get Prosthetics That Can Not Only Move for You but Feel for You (Quartz, August 18, 2016)

NASA to Map Asteroid Bennu from the Ground Up (Space Daily, August 15, 2016)

Van Allen Probes Catch Rare Glimpse of Supercharged Radiation Belt (Science Daily, August 15, 2016)

Newest P-8A Poseidon Upgrade Includes ‘Minotaur’ Software (FlightGlobal, August 11, 2016)

SpectraRep Honored by Homeland Security for Collaboration (Government Security News, August 10, 2016)

Pluto Mission Manager Talks Pluto Fly-By, Space Exploration (Wisconsin Public Radio, August 9, 2016)

Nonprofit Champions Against Cancer Works to Help Kids of Cancer Patients (Howard Magazine/The Baltimore Sun, August 3, 2016)

Martian Gully Theory Doesn’t Hold Water, Study Finds (Los Angeles Times, July 29, 2016)

Troubled Japanese Space Agency Seeks Fresh Start (Nature, July 29, 2016)

Ama Romaine Named General Counsel at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (Inside Counsel, July 25, 2016)

Should We Be Protecting Historic Sites in Space? (PRI/Science Friday, July 24, 2016)

Next-Generation Prosthetics Aim to Rewire the Brain and the Body (STAT, July 13, 2016)

Tiny Microchips Enable Extreme Science (NASA News, July 12, 2016)

Hopkins Scientists Helping Juno Mission Explore Mysteries of Jupiter’s Auroras, Magnetic Field (The Baltimore Sun, July 8, 2016)

NATO Takes Over U.S.-Built Aegis Ashore Missile Shield, Amid Russian Suspicion (Reuters, July 8, 2016)

Air and Missile Defense Radar Being Readied for Tests (Defense News, July 7, 2016)

Johns Hopkins Develops IRiS Remote Control Inspection System (Railway Gazette, July 7, 2016)

Dept. of Justice Wants Drones to Try Reconstructing Car Crashes (Nextgov, July 5, 2016)

Destination Jupiter: What to Expect During the Juno Mission (WBFF-TV, July 5, 2016)

Juno’s Triumphant Night (The Atlantic, July 5, 2016)

The Arc Honors APL, Others for Championing People with Disabilities (The Business Monthly, July 5, 2016)

NASA’s Juno and JEDI Prepare to Unlock the Mysteries of Jupiter (Phys.org, July 1, 2016)

Hoyos Labs Names Dr. John Callahan as Chief Technology Officer (PR Newswire, June 30, 2016)

Johns Hopkins APL’s Instrument Aboard Lockheed-Built Spacecraft Seeks to Study Jupiter’s Aurora Formation (ExecutiveBiz, June 30, 2016)

Researchers Make Drones Crash on Purpose to Expose Design Flaws (Claims Journal, June 28, 2016)

Present Day Pluto Likely Has Subsurface Ocean; Moons Covered in Water Ice (Spaceflight Insider, June 23, 2016)

Johns Hopkins APL Invests in Sensor R&D Project to Provide Tactical Data for Submariners (ExecutiveBiz, June 22, 2016)

New Stamps Commemorate APL Space Missions to Pluto, Mercury (JHU Hub, June 13, 2016)

MDA Optimizing Aegis for New Air and Missile Defense Radar-Equipped Flight III Destroyers (Inside Defense, June 8, 2016)

Johns Hopkins APL to Use Virtual Reality for Prosthetics Education of Wounded Warriors’ Children (ExecutiveBiz, June 7, 2016)

Morristown-Beard School in Team Morris Township Wins CRISM/Mars Science Competition (Morris NewsBee, June 4, 2016)

To Protect Soldiers From Bombs, Military Scientists Build a Better Dummy (The New York Times, May 30, 2016)

Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IB Threat Upgrade Guided Missile Tested (U.S. Navy YouTube channel, May 29, 2016)

Security Expert Speaks at Memorial Day Service (The Daily Item, May 29, 2016)

Who ‘Created’ Planetary Science? (Air & Space, May 25, 2016)

Figuring York County: Think Your Commute Is Long? Ask Folks from Shrewsbury (York Daily Record, May 23, 2016)

View from Mars Hill: Celebrated Space Scientist to Speak at Lowell Gala (Arizona Daily Sun, May 21, 2016)

Powerful Pitches: Sailors Share Ideas to Improve Navy during S&T Challenge (Navy News Service, May 20, 2016)

Aegis BMD System Completes Successful Tracking of Medium-Range Ballistic Missile Target (Missile Defense Agency News, May 17, 2016)

CNO: US Navy Needs Foreign Help Against Russia, China, ISIS, Iran (Defense One, May 15, 2016)

Aegis Ashore Certified for Operations (CNN, May 12, 2016)

Book Review: Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates (Center for International Maritime Security, May 12, 2016)

DARPA’s Mind-Controlled Robotic Arm Does Everything (Army News Service, May 11, 2016)

Award-Winning Student Sara Kouroupis Encourages Girls to Follow STEM Passions (U.S. News & World Report, May 10, 2016)

Gorgeous New Mercury Maps Showcase Planet’s Striking Features (Space.com, May 9, 2016)

Navy’s New Jammer Passes Critical Design Review: SEWIP Block III  (Breaking Defense, May 9, 2016)

Mercury Is About to Pass in Front of the Sun, and It Should Be Incredible to Watch (The Washington Post, May 6, 2016)

New Horizons Sets Sights on Next Target, a Mysterious Object at Solar System's Edge (The Baltimore Sun, May 6, 2016)

Innovative Approach Leads to Textbook, and Increased Productivity, at APL (The Business Monthly, May 2, 2016)

Q&A with American Industrial Hygiene Association President Daniel H. Anna (EHS Today, April 29, 2016)

No Wall, But More High-Tech Gear, Fencing Sought by U.S. Border Agents (Reuters, April 28, 2016)

U.S. Missile Defense Agency’s Hosted Payload Delayed Until Mid-2017 (SpaceNews, April 21, 2016)

8 Cyber Security Technologies DHS Is Trying to Commercialize (Network World, April 15, 2016)

NASA Exposes Students to Out-of-this-World Experience (WBAL-TV, April 15, 2016)

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Honored by Department of Defense for Extraordinary Support (Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, April 14, 2016)

MDA Putting New, Distributed Sensor Network on Orbit for Kill Assessment Experiment (Inside Defense, April 13, 3016)

How Biology Is Inspiring the Next Generation of Cybersecurity (Gigaom, April 12, 2016)

Carroll County 8th Graders Get Hands-on Experience as Engineers (WMAR-TV2, April 8, 2016)

Credential Exchange Enabled on DHS Info Sharing Network (GCN, April 8, 2016)

MSP Trains Next Generation of Bomb-Sniffing Dogs (WBAL-TV, March 31, 2016)

Rover Reveals Puzzling Sand Dunes on Mars (Science, March 30, 2016)

The NATO Conversation We Should Be Having (CNN, March 25, 2016)

Flying Drone Can Hide Underwater for Months Like a Nuclear Submarine (Gizmodo, March 18, 2016)

What We’ve Learned About Pluto (The New York Times, March 17, 2016)

NASA Selects Proposals to Build Better Solar Technologies for Deep Space Missions (NASA, March 14, 2016)

Scientist Alice Bowman: ‘I Never Felt Limited in What I Could Do’ (Australian Financial Review, March 11, 2016)

In the Age of Cybercrime, the Best Insurance May Be Analog (Bloomberg, March 10, 2016)

Scientists Reveal the Secret Behind Mercury’s Unusually Dark Surface (The Washington Post, March 7, 2016)

Naval EOD School Gets SMART (U.S. Navy News, March 4, 2016)

APL Named One of World’s Most Innovative Companies in Healthcare (Fast Company, March 2016)

Glenwood Middle School Students Get Look Inside NASA Mission (The Baltimore Sun, February 29, 2016)

Hopkins Program Uses STEM to Teach Space to Middle Schoolers (WJZ-TV, February 26, 2016)

Data Downlink (Johns Hopkins Engineering magazine, Winter 2016)

This High-Tech Prosthetic Works with a Game-Controller Sold on Amazon (Fast Company/Exist, January 29, 2016)

DHS S&T Twitter Chat Details Datacasting Pilots (Mission Critical Communications, January 28, 2016)

Researchers Use Myo Muscle-Sensing Wearable for Prosthetics (Engadget, January 18, 2016)

A Titanium Arm From Hopkins Is Almost Better Than The Real Thing (Baltimore Fishbowl, January 13, 2016)

Groundbreaking Prosthetic Attaches to Implant in Patient’s Bone (Daily Mail, January 13, 2016)

Researchers Advance Autonomous ISR Technology (AFCEA Signal, January 1, 2016)


Year in Review: Pluto Unveiled as a World Like No Other (ScienceNews, December 26, 2015)

26 Innovations That Improved the World in 2015 (Mashable, December 20, 2015)

NASA’s MMS Delivers Promising Initial Results (NASA TV, December 17, 2015)

Curiosity Rover Reaches Martian Sand Dunes (Spaceflight Now, December 13, 2015)

Building the Modern ‘Bionic Man’ Is No Longer Sci-Fi (CNBC, December 12, 2015)

Saving NASA’s STEREO-B: The 189-million-mile Road to Recovery (NASA TV, December 11, 2015)

Mysterious White Spot on Dwarf Planet Explained (USA Today, December 9, 2015)

Top Workplaces 2015: It’s Easier to Make a Difference in Smalltimore (The Baltimore Sun, December 2, 2015)

Unlocking the Code (Youth Today, December 2, 2015)

Datacasting in 100 Seconds (FirstResponder.gov, December 2015)

NASA Solar Probe Will Touch the Sun (Forbes, November 30, 2015)

Lunar Impact Site of Apollo 16 Rocket Stage Found (Inside Outer Space, November 26, 2015)

New Horizons Flight Controller, Penn State Alumna to Speak Dec. 1 (Penn State News, November 25, 2015)

A Tiny Pill Monitors Vital Signs from Deep Inside the Body (NPR, November 23, 2015)

Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) (Future Planetary Exploration, November 22, 2015)

Curiosity to Check Out Dark and ‘Active’ Mars Dunes (Discovery News, November 18, 2015)

Mikulski Vows to Balance NASA Science and Exploration Funding (SpaceNews, November 17, 2015)

Study Suggests New Approach for Targeting WEA Alerts (Emergency Management, November 15, 2015)

This Guy Has a Thought-Controlled Robotic Arm (Bloomberg Business, November 12, 2015)

Detecting Dust Devils with Insight (The Planetary Society, November 11, 2015)

Peeking at Pluto and Beyond (The Institute, November 6, 2015)

Out-of-the-Box Solutions Highlight 2015 Security Innovation Award Winners (Security InfoWatch, November 4, 2015)

New Horizons Fires Thrusters Toward New Frontier in Outer Solar System (The Baltimore Sun, November 4, 2015)

A Roundup of Dust Devil Research (The Planetary Society, November 2, 2015)

NASA Eyes Torpedo Tech as an Alternative to Nuclear Batteries (Scientific American, November 1, 2015)

The ‘What If’ of Mark Holdridge (GW Magazine, November 2015)

Mabus: Unmanned Systems Key to Future of Navy (National Defense, October 27, 2015)

NASA Spacecraft Heads for Deepest Ever Dive Into Saturn Moon’s Plumes (Smithsonian.com, October 26, 2015)

NASA Gets Shots of Pluto’s Smallest Moon (Fox News, October 23, 2015)

USS Ross Successfully Intercepts Ballistic Missile Target (America’s Navy, October 20, 2015)

MIPS in Space: Inside NASA’s New Horizons Mission to Pluto (Imagination, October 15, 2015)

Young Inventor’s Ability App Gains Traction (The Spokesman-Review, October 14, 2015)

Johns Hopkins University APL Unveils Location-Specific Emergency Alert Tech (ExecutiveBiz, October 8, 2015)

A Prosthetic Arm That Gives Amputees the Sense of Touch (Bloomberg Businessweek, October 8, 2015)

NASA’s Pluto Mission Manager to Speak at Henrico’s J.R. Tucker (Richmond Times-Dispatch, October 5, 2015)

Two Discovery Missions Now Means Fewer Later, NASA Official Says (SpaceNews, October 5, 2015)

Water on Mars (88.1 YPR Radio, October 2015)

State Trooper Vehicles Hacked (InformationWeek Dark Reading, September 30, 2015)

Clocking Water’s Escape from Comet 67P (Sky & Telescope, September 30, 2015)

DOE Seeks to Focus National Lab Research on Top Cyber, Grid Priorities (EnergyWire, September 29, 2015)

Water Still Flows on Mars, Scientists Say (The Baltimore Sun, September 28, 2015)

Spacecraft to Dash Through Supermoon Eclipse Shadow (Discovery News, September 25, 2015)

Sea Control 94 – The Athena Project (CIMSEC, September 21, 2015)

New Horizons Engineer Shares Love of Science with Parkway Students (West Newsmagazine, September 21, 2015)

Saturn’s Largest Moon Titan Could Have Sun-Warmed Swirling Seas (New Scientist, September 21, 2015)

Europa or Bust: Searching for Life in Jupiter’s Orbit (Popular Science, September 21, 2015)

A Peek Inside the Pluto Public Relations Machine (SciLogs, September 17, 2015)

New Prosthetic Arm Can Restore Lost Sense of Touch, DARPA Claims (The Washington Post, September 15, 2015)

Johns Hopkins Pluto Spacecraft Is A ‘Gift That Keeps on Giving’ (CBS Baltimore, September 14, 2015)

Stunning New Pluto Images from New Horizons (Fox News, September 11, 2015)

New Horizons Has Gone to Pluto, and Now Comes the Great Beyond (The Washington Post, September 6, 2015)

The Search for Luna 9 (Air & Space magazine, September 2015)

Fountain: Mission to Pluto Opens Eyes (The Hutchinson News, August 29, 2015)

Winning Mars Team Visits APL (Grosse Pointe News, August 27, 2015)

Targeting Emergency Alerts Where They’re Needed Most (GCN Emerging Tech Blog, August 25, 2015)

Annapolis-Based Link Labs Raises $5.7 Million to Grow ‘the Internet of Things’ (The Baltimore Sun, August 24, 2015)

Flag Day: NFL Official Adrian Hill on Making the Call – and Dealing with Complaints (The Washington Post, August 20, 2015)

I(daho), Robot: Think Big Festival Brings Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to CdA (INLANDER, August 19, 2015)

Glass Paint: Secret to Keeping Metal Roofs Cool on Sunny Days (National Geographic, August 16, 2015)

Lance Team Supports Missile Defense Mission (Redstone Rocket, August 12, 2015)

MERLIN: The Creative Choices Behind a Proposal to Explore the Martian Moons (The Planetary Society, August 10, 2015)

NASA’s New Horizons Probe Glimpses Pluto’s Dark Side (The New York Times, July 25, 2015)

The Heroes and the Secrets of the Pluto Mission (The Washington Post, July 20, 2015)

The Long, Strange Trip to Pluto, and How NASA Nearly Missed It (The New York Times, July 18, 2015)

For One of Its Developers, the New Horizons Probe Crosses Eras on Earth (The Washington Post, July 12, 2015)

NASA’s New Horizons Probe Phones Home After Historic Pluto Flyby (NBC News, July 14, 2015)

New Horizons Computer Overload Won’t Hurt the Mission to Pluto, NASA Says (The Washington Post, July 6, 2015)

Almost Time for Pluto’s Close-Up (The New York Times, July 6, 2015)

That’s No Moon, It’s a Rock Band (Gizmodo, July 5, 2015)

Spring Arbor Native Kirby Runyon Applies Space Passion to NASA Mission (MLive, June 29, 2015)

Hospital ICUs Mine Big Data in Push for Better Outcomes (The Wall Street Journal, June 25, 2015)

A Spacecraft Launched in 2006 Is about to Try for Our First Good Photo of Pluto (The Washington Post, June 20, 2015)

U.S. Military Seeking Ways to Knock Drones from the Sky (The Baltimore Sun, June 20, 2015)

NASA Mission to Icy Jupiter Moon Set to Hunt for Signs of Life (The Baltimore Sun, June 11, 2015)

Startup Aims to Scour the Dark Web for Stolen Data (MIT Technology Review, June 3, 2015)

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab Tackles New Frontiers (Baltimore Business Journal, May 28, 2015)

NASA’s Europa Mission Begins with Selection of Science Instruments (NASA, May 26, 2015)

Neural Implants Let Paralyzed Man Take a Drink (Fox News, May 22, 2015)

Prosthetic Limbs, Controlled by Thought (The New York Times, May 20, 2015)

Kittleman Forms Early Childhood Education Task Force (Capital Gazette, May 18, 2015)

‘Wearable Robot’ Helping Paralyzed Olympian to Walk (Arizona Daily Star, May 16, 2015)

Howard Gears up For Bike to Work Day (The Baltimore Sun, May 13, 2015)

NASA Funds 'Squid Rover,' 14 Other Far-Out Space Tech Ideas (Space.com, May 11, 2015)

Miller’s Refreshing Thoughts Should be Applauded by All (Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier, May 5, 2015)

APL Candidate Advances in NASA Space Apps Challenge (Business Monthly, May 4, 2015)

Spacecraft to Make Death Dive Into Mercury (CNN, April 30, 2015)

Astronomy Day at Robinson Nature Center Gets Kids Excited about Space (The Baltimore Sun, April 28, 2015)

NASA's Messenger Mission Is Set to Crash Into Mercury (The New York Times, April 27, 2015)

Mayfield Woods Students Get an Up Close Look at NASA Mission (The Baltimore Sun, April 27, 2015)

Out of Fuel, MESSENGER Will Slam into Mercury (USA Today, April 20, 2015)

New Horizons: This Is The First Ever Color Picture of Pluto (Forbes, April 16, 2015)

NASA Mercury Probe Trying to Survive for another Month (Space.com, March 29, 2015)

Planetary Pioneer: Tom Krimigis, Exploring the Solar System since 1965 (Air & Space/Smithsonian, March 24, 2015)

Delta 4-Heavy Selected for Launch of Solar Probe Plus (Spaceflight Now, March 18, 2015)

Severe Solar Storm Surprises Scientists, Wows Skywatchers with Colorful Aurorae (The Baltimore Sun, March 17, 2015)

Mercury Seen as Never Before (Nature.com, March 16, 2015)

U.S. Plutonium Stockpile Good for Two More Nuclear Batteries after Mars 2020 (SpaceNews, March 11, 2015)

NASA ‘Exhilarated’ as Dawn Orbits Mini-Planet Ceres (USA Today, March 6, 2015)

APL’s Fifth Period Comic Targets the Next Gen of STEM Talent (Johns Hopkins Magazine, Spring 2015)

Drill into Mars for Clues to Earth’s Climate (New Scientist, March 4, 2015)

Dawn Spacecraft Sees Spots as It Approaches Mysterious Ceres (Scientific American, March 2, 2015)

Space Submarine Could Explore Titan’s Methane Seas (Space.com, February 18, 2015)

Man and Machine: APL’s Modular Prosthetic Limb and the Science of Prosthetics: “Man and Machine”; “Science of Touch”; “Johnny Matheny, the ‘Chuck Yeager’ of prosthetics testing” (PBS NewsHour, February 12 and 13, 2015)

Spacecraft Built By JHU Getting Closer To Pluto (WJZ-TV, February 12, 2015)

APL, HCEDA Teamwork Advancing Tech Transfer (The Business Monthly, February 3, 2015)

Averting Space Doom: Solving the Orbital Junk Problem (IEEE Spectrum, January 28, 2015)

Prime Time for Pluto: New Horizons Probe Ramps Up for Flyby (NBC News, January 15, 2015)


Hopkins scientists find way to extend mission to Mercury (The Baltimore Sun, December 29, 2014)

Watch a shoulder-level amputee control his new robot arms (The Washington Post, December 19, 2014)

Double amputee controls two robotic arms with his mind (Engadget, December 18, 2014)

Dunes on Saturn’s moon Titan need firm winds to move (Astronomy Now, December 8, 2014)

It’s Alive! NASA’s New Horizon Pluto Probe ‘Wakes Up’ for Work (NBC News, December 6, 2014)

New Horizons mission nearing Pluto after nine years in space (The Baltimore Sun, December 1, 2014)

Delaying Death: Mercury Spacecraft Firing Engines to Stay up Until 2015 (Universe Today, November 28, 2014)

Scientists Find Invisible Space Shield Protecting Earth (ABC 2 WMAR Baltimore, November 27, 2014)

Dr. Christina Viviano-Beck: “Be nice to people, and conduct yourself professionally and your science responsibly – it matters”. (Women in Planetary Science, November 24, 2014)

When Hopkins and Voyager 1 Went to Jupiter (The Baltimore Sun, November 14, 2014)

The Prosthetics Industry Gets A Human Touch (NPR, November 11, 2014)

Global Security Threats (C-SPAN, November 10, 2014)

Kendall Commissions Air Dominance, Cyber Task Forces (InsideDefense.com, November 5, 2014)

Parkland Middle School students get first-hand look at space science (The Gazette, November 3, 2014)

Ice Spotted on Mercury—Yes, We Know It Sounds Nuts (Time, October 20, 2014)

The Best Seat in the House for Sunday’s Comet Flyby Is Mars (Scientific American, October 18, 2014)

Mars Orbiters, Rovers Poised for Dramatic Comet Flyby (CBS News, October 9, 2014)

Europa Clipper Opts for Solar Power over Nuclear (Space News, October 8, 2014)

‘Space Bubbles’ May Have Led to Deadly Battle in Afghanistan (Science, September 23, 2014)

Jupiter’s Moon Europa May Have Plate Tectonics Just Like Earth (Space.com, September 8, 2014)

‘Wandering Stones’ of Death Valley Explained (Nature, August 27, 2014)

Hopkins Scientists Plans To Study Mercury Until Messenger Spacecraft Crashes (WJZ-TV, August 21, 2014)

As MESSENGER Nears Crash Landing on Mercury, Scientists Racing to Collect Best Data Yet (Baltimore Sun, August 20, 2014)

At Last! Cassini Spies Methane Clouds on Saturn’s Moon Titan (Los Angeles Times, August 12, 2014)

NASA Probing Secrets of Van Allen Radiation Belts (Voice of America, August 7, 2014)

Probing Space With Cardboard, Foil And Duct Tape (WYPR-FM, July 25, 2014)

K-9s Specially Trained To Sniff Out Bombs Hidden On A Moving Target (WJZ-TV, July 11, 2014)

Did Huge Impact Shape Planet Mercury? (Space.com, July 6, 2014)

USAMRIID Leads Effort on Viral Genome Sequencing Standards (Global Biodefense, June 25, 2014)

Manufacturing Contemplates a 3-D Printing Revolution (The Baltimore Sun, May 24, 2014)

TANG Working Group Unlocks Sailors’ Creativity (Ho'Okele, May 23, 2014)

CubeSat Miniature Satellites Poised to Disrupt Aerospace Industry (Pasadena Star-News, May 18, 2014)

Bionic man struts stuff at Pentagon, has history with Hagel (Stars and Stripes, April 22, 2014)

A Fresh Coat of Paint Can Save Navy Billions (National Defense magazine, May 2014)

Computer Whizzes Do Battle With ‘Blizzard’ and a ‘Cyberattack’ (NBCNews.com, March 31, 2014)

Science Graphic of the Week: Zebra Stripes Discovered in Earth's Radiation Belts (Wired Science, March 20, 2014)

Ganymede mapped: See best map yet of our solar system’s largest moon (Los Angeles Times, February 13, 2014)

Tiny Satellites May Answer Big Climate Change Question (Space News, January 20, 2014)

Mini-Satellites to Help Predict Earth’s Climate (Voice of America, January 16, 2014)

Tiny satellites could revolutionize earth, space science research (The Baltimore Sun, January 10, 2014)


Bon Voyage, Voyager: Old Friends Take Stock (National Public Radio, December 31, 2013)

Comet Nears Sun, Offering Planetary Clues (The New York Times, November 26, 2013)

Hubble Space Telescope spots unprecedented asteroid with six tails (Nature, November 8, 2013)

ABLE earplugs could protect against bomb blasts; APL engineers invented the inexpensive plugs (The Baltimore Sun, September 15, 2013)

Moon Water Discovery Hints at Mystery Source Deep Underground (Space.com, August 27, 2013)

Ulman announces Howard County program to commercialize inventions (The Baltimore Sun, August 22, 2103)

Sand Dune Is About To Bury Fictional Star Wars City -- And Scientists Are Thrilled (The Huffington Post, July 23, 2013)

Drone Swarm: Networks of Small UAVs Offer Big Capabilities (C4ISR, June 12, 2013)

Government and Higher Education Team Up to Tackle Big Data (EdTechMagazine.com, June 20, 2013)

Thought-powered bionic arm 'like something from space' (CNN, May 2, 2013)

Budgets Nudge NASA Toward Balloon-Based Planetary Science: First Target? Comet ISON (Forbes.com, April 24, 2013)

Backpack creates instant maps for dangerous missions (FoxNews.com, April 9, 2013)

Bright Minds: Advice for aspiring female scientists (Howard County Magazine, April 2, 2013)

Third 'Van Allen Radiation Belt' Makes Appearance around Earth (Scientific American, March 1, 2013)


The First Image of Earth Taken From Space (It's Not What You Think) (The Atlantic, August 6, 2012)

NASA probe offers new view of Mercury: an alien world right in our back yard (The Washington Post, March 26, 2012)

Saturn's Largest Moon Seen in Unprecedented Detail (Wired, March 5, 2012)

Can you build a bionic body? The arm (BBC News, March 2, 2012)


Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab seeks 'gems' in university labs (Baltimore Business Journal, November 25, 2011)

Comets take pole position as water bearers (Nature, October 5, 2011)

Hot, Odd and Curious: NASA Orbiter Reveals Mercury to Be Surprisingly Complex (Scientific American, October 3, 2011)

Powering prosthetics with thoughts alone (CNN.com, September 1, 2011)

Mercury's Surprising 'Personality' Revealed For the First Time (Foxnews.com, June 17, 2011)

Spacecraft to Fly into the Sun (MSNBC, September 6, 2010)

Mercury's Surprising 'Personality' Revealed For the First Time (Foxnews.com, June 17, 2011)


Spacecraft to Fly into the Sun (MSNBC, September 6, 2010)

A Reason for Optimism in Diagnosing, Treating TBI (Stars and Stripes, August 13, 2010)

Mercury’s Youngest Volcano Found (BBC News, July 15, 2010)

Human Trials Next for DARPA’s Mind-Controlled Artificial Arm (Wired, July 15, 2010)

Mercury Flyby Maps New Territory (Wired, July 15, 2010)

Bionics (National Geographic, January 2010)