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The Mouse That Knows You

The Mouse That Knows You

A Raytheon engineer's patent for a "smart mouse" to confirm a computer user's identity is among many innovations the company is developing in an age of increasingly disruptive data breaches.

A Dearth of Online Defenders

A Dearth of Online Defenders

In support of National Cyber Security Awareness Month in October, Raytheon commissioned a survey showing millennials are increasingly interested in cyber jobs, but support for such careers is lacking.

New Science Makes Storms Less Formidable

New Science Makes Storms Less Formidable

Meteorologists can now predict the formation and path of storms up to 10 days in advance, and with much greater accuracy than they did In 2004, when Hurricane Frances brought destruction to Florida. Many of their new tools are made by Raytheon.

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On time, come rain or shine

On time, come rain or shine

New technology from Raytheon could help air-traffic controllers prevent up to two-thirds of weather-related flight delays.
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Helping kids conquer numbers

Helping kids conquer numbers

Twenty-seven teachers with innovative methods for teaching math are receiving Raytheon's 2014 Math Heroes award.
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Wounded in war, they ride on

Wounded in war, they ride on

A few dozen Raytheon employees are ready to hit the road in Soldier Ride Boston, a cycling event to benefit Wounded Warrior Project.
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For the Love of Science

For the Love of Science

Debra Palmer, who works at Cesar Chavez Elementary School in Long Beach, California, is one of nearly 100 teachers nationwide to receive a Raytheon-Engineering is Elementary (EiE) Scholarship award, funded under a $2 million grant from Raytheon Company. Her $2,500 award covers training and classroom materials to help implement the EiE curriculum, which was developed by the Museum of Science in Boston.
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A Night of Honor

A Night of Honor

Raytheon honors dozens of veterans and first responders who took the field at Toyota Stadium at a Major League Soccer game on August 9.
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Charting a Course in Missile Defense

Charting a Course in Missile Defense

Vice Admiral Jim Syring, Missile Defense Agency director, spoke in Huntsville, Ala., at the 2014 Space and Missile Defense Symposium, an industry-leading forum dedicated to fostering educational and networking opportunities between government and industry.
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