Mass High Tech Honors Draper with Tech Citizenship Award
Aviation Week Honors Doc Draper as One of it's "Game Changers"
Boston Globe: Making Pills Passé
Wired: Hopping Mars Rover Could Be Superfast Explorer
Everything Robotic features Len Polizzotto’s 10 Principles of Innovation
AirSpace Blog: Ballistic Missile Guidance on Your Cell Phone?
Draper Honored Among "Champions in Healthcare"
Military & Aerospace Electronics: Unmanned underwater vehicle machine autonomy seeks to detect and avoid fishing nets and kelp beds
Lisa Freed Joins FIRST Lego League Advisory Team to Help Introduce Children to Biomedical Engineering
St. Petersburg Times: Beyond its security and bioengineering facilities, Draper Lab eyes an energy solutions center
Mass High Tech: Out-of-the-ordinary life science ideas offer potential business success
MIT News Office: A hop, skip and a jump on the moon - and beyond
Technology and Innovation Features Article by Len Polizzotto on Creating Customer Value
Linda Fuhrman Discusses the Importance of STEM Education in WickedLocal/Belmont
Evadot.com Podcast on Draper’s work with Google Lunar X-Prize Team
TechNewsDaily: Military Plans Hummingbird-Sized Spies in the Sky
Technology Review: Drug Device for Hearing Loss
Xconomy.com: Monitoring Climate Change: Operational Plan Needed Now
Discovery Channel: Prescription Tattoos-Coming to a Pharmacy Near You
Article in Inventors Digest Features Livia Racz and Heather Clark
SpaceNews.com Article on Draper's Lunar Hopper
Article in Tampa Tribune Quotes Dr. Shankar Sundaram
Chuck Thacker, a 2004 Draper Prize Honoree, to Receive Turing Award for His Pioneering Design and Realization of the First Modern Personal Computer, Alto
President & Ceo Jim Shields, on MIT Panel, Discussed Research and Federal Funding for Energy and Green Tech
Livia Racz Named to 2010 Women to Watch List by Mass High Tech:
Len Polizzotto Quoted in Article about Draper’s Energy Work in Mass High Tech:
Dr. Lisa Freed's Work in Cardiac Tissue Engineering Profiled on NIH/NHLBI YouTube Channel
Biological Microsystems Engineer Alla Epshteyn profiled in 83degrees, "From Belarus To Brookline To Tampa Bay"
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