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The Applied Physics Laboratory is known for is hiring the best and the brightest, and they have a significant College Recruiting program.

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Control Sensors Engineering Specialist
Chantilly, VA
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Electrical/Electronic Engineer
Silver Spring, MD
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Computational and Experimental Neuroplasticity Laboratory
Fairfax, VA
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Lead Machine Learning Research Scientist, Tissue Biomarker & Digital Pathology
Gaithersburg, MD
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Lead Machine Learning Research Scientist, Tissue Biomarker & Digital Pathology
Gaithersburg, MD
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Engineering, Manager 1 - Reliability Analysis Laboratory - NGSpace
Dulles, VA
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Engineering, Manager 1 - Reliability Analysis Laboratory - NGSpace
Dulles, VA
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Industrial Hygienist
Bethesda, MD
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Computational and Experimental Neuropla
Fairfax, VA
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Post Doc Research Associate - Buildings Research Engineer
Arlington, VA
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This has nothing to do with physics, but yesterday was likely the greatest day in Cornell athletics history. I’m a happy guy. I’m also a guy who took AP Physics and found it extremely difficult. Despite the fact that our survival is based on having a basic understanding of physics (like knowing how a spear will fly when you throw it at a mammoth), most of us have basically no clue about the scientific side of physics. That’s not the case with the folks at The Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, MD. The APL is a division of Johns Hopkins University, and it’s “a not-for-profit center for engineering, research, and development.” The Laboratory’s work has a huge impact on the success of our nation—they work in areas like Air and Missile Defense, Homeland Protection, Biomedicine, and Civilian Space.

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To get a better feel for what The Applied Physics Laboratory does, you should take a look at some of their Sample Programs. It includes things like Space Threat Awareness and Characterization, Imaging Inside Buildings with Radar, and Effective Preparation of Biological Samples. If you pore over these case studies, you’ll start to realize just how important the field of applied physics really is. Another thing that The Applied Physics Laboratory is known for is hiring the best and the brightest. They have a significant College Recruiting program, and they do have a single posting on their site for technical entry level positions. It covers a number of different job functions including: Aerospace/Aeronautics, Communications Engineering, Controls Engineering, Defense Systems Test and Evaluation, Hardware Design, Information Systems/Security, Modeling and Simulation, Network/Communications Engineering, Signal Processing, Software Engineering, Space Physics, and System Engineering Analysis. They’re looking for candidates from all degree levels, and they seem to offer a great work environment. Their Careers page has a lot more information, so check it out for more details. And if you’re looking for a non-science position, you can keep your eye on all of the APL’s job listings.

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    Posted on March 20, 2010 This has nothing to do with physics, but yesterday was likely the greatest day in Cornell athletics history. I’m a happy guy. I’m also a guy who took AP Physics and found it extremely……

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