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Tiny Satellite Work Ramps Up

Tiny Satellite Work Ramps Up

At a specialized factory in the Arizona desert, technicians are building satellites small enough to be carried by hand.

A Commitment to Code

A Commitment to Code

More than 450 college students from around the nation will descend on the University of Arizona for Hack Arizona.

A New World View

A New World View

The Raytheon-built VIIRS sensor onboard the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (NPP) satellite is changing the way we see the world.

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Honors for Groundbreaking GaN

Honors for Groundbreaking GaN

Let Hollywood have its Oscars. The aerospace and defense industries have their own honors: the Laureate Awards from Aviation Week.The publication has named Raytheon Company a 2015 Laureate winner for its innovative technology incorporating gallium nitride into military radars.
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Nothing But Net

Nothing But Net

March Madness may be near, but some 200 college teams will not be cutting down nets. They will be defending them. Because this is the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
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TALONS for a Tiger

TALONS for a Tiger

Raytheon's collaboration with the United Arab Emirates firm Tawazun is the latest in a long line of international partnerships.
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Memo to millennials

Memo to millennials

Millennials entering the workforce should seize the power of social media to build their brand, says Pam Wickham, Raytheon's vice president for corporate affairs and communications.
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The Code That Hacks Itself

The Code That Hacks Itself

Raytheon cybersecurity engineers are developing a computer program to ferret out flaws in software and fix them quickly, as part of a contest sponsored by the Pentagon's tech innovation agency.
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Lessons from a high-def periscope

Lessons from a high-def periscope

Former U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Richard W. Hunt says engineering works best when it's built around function rather than form.
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