Critical Contributions to Critical Challenges • August 08, 2023
Laboratory Restores Cold Sensation in Amputees’ Phantom Limbs
Johns Hopkins APL researchers have developed one of the world’s smallest, most intense refrigeration devices. The adhesive bandage-like device mimics the body’s natural and rapid ability to sense temperature, and bioengineers at the Lab are now using it to help amputees perceive a sense of cold in their phantom limbs.
Fourth Annual Cislunar Security Conference
Dec. 5-7, 2023 • APL's Kossiakoff Center
The Cislunar Security Conference is a forum on the technology, policy, doctrine and strategy implications of ensuring free access to, transit to and use of the Earth-Moon system beyond geosynchronous equatorial orbit. The goal for this conference is to encourage national-level technical discourse related to domain awareness; policy and strategy; communications and infrastructure; trajectory design; threats; and position, navigation and timing for cislunar security.
Concept Design and Realization
Volume 36, Number 4 (2023)
The latest issue of the Johns Hopkins APL Technical Digest, the first of two, describes the Lab’s significant advances in the development and fabrication of complex systems over the past two decades. These breakthroughs in hardware design, mechanical and electrical fabrication, systems integration and manufacturing science will benefit the programs and missions of today and those in the future.
APL Names Kristine Frohman as Head of Talent Services and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer
In her role as head of Talent Services, Frohman provides executive leadership for the people and programs focused on delivering human resources services to the entire enterprise, including recruiting and hiring, compensation and benefits, training and development, environmental health and safety, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education and outreach.
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