HRL's History of the Future
By HRL Laboratories
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Focusing on the famed Hughes Research facility’s past and HRL’s present advancements in science and technology. Podcast guests include current and past HRL researchers as well as outside scientists whose research ties in with HRL’s mission, or is of potential interest to HRL’s audience. Podcast themes will encompass the wide range of research conducted at HRL, including microelectronics and semiconductors, leading-edge materials development and fabrication, sensors and optics, advanced electromagnetics, and multiple facets of advanced computer science, algorithms, and machine learning. Experts from different eras will highlight the many scientific milestones reached at HRL over the decades, and current staff will discuss advances being made today, as well as looking forward to what may come in HRL’s future.
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||CleanEpisode 001 – Bill Leslie||Hughes Research Labs and Cold War Avant-Garde Bill Leslie has taught the history of science and technology at Johns Hopkins University since 1981. He has written on industrial research, Cold War science, corporate architecture, and most...||12/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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Excellent podcast with capable interviewing!