Tag Archives: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

NASA, Johns Hopkins APL Complete Solar Probe Integration

The team of NASA and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has fully integrated a spacecraft that is scheduled to launch in August on a mission to study the sun up close. NASA said Thursday an eight-foot-diameter heat shield was reinstalled on Parker Solar Probe last week after engineers initially attached the system to the …

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Johns Hopkins APL Secures $57M in Air Force Computer Software R&D IDIQs

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has received two five-year, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts worth up to $57.1 million to help the U.S. Air Force research and develop computer software platforms. The Defense Department said Friday APL will aim to create a tool that can aid the service branch’s engineering and R&D efforts in the …

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BullFrog Licenses Johns Hopkins APL-Built Data Analysis Tool Via DHS Program

Artificial intelligence company BullFrog AI has licensed a data analysis tool developed by Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Transition to Practice Program. The licensing agreement grants BullFrog exclusive rights to use the Socrates data analysis platform for biopharmaceutical applications, DHS said Thursday. Socrates is built to determine patterns and relationships in …

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Johns Hopkins APL Licenses Govt-Funded Explosive Detection Canine Training Aid to Gallant

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has developed and licensed a tool for training canine teams to detect peroxide-based homemade explosives. APL said Monday it granted Gallant Technologies rights to produce and market the government-funded canine training aid through a licensing agreement. “Technologies like these will help prevent and deter devastating attacks, …

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