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jenwyglinski - who has written 37 posts on Arts & Sciences.


WPI Places 4th in MIT Cyber Security Competition

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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A WPI student team placed 4th out of 23 teams in the MIT Lincoln Laboratory Capture the Flag event held during the weekend of October 25 – 27. Now in its third year, the MIT/LL competition is designed to help students learn and practice skills in cyber security offense and defense. Students work in teams […]

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Designing a Sustainable Solution to Water Insecurity

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

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In rural Guatemala, thousands of people face the everyday reality of water insecurity—the lack of access to water of sufficient quality and quantity to lead healthy and productive lives. Public provision of clean water is limited, and communities are often forced to exploit precarious sources of water for drinking and household use. A team of […]

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WPI in the News

Monday, November 11, 2013

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WPI’s high-impact research and groundbreaking activities frequently make news headlines. Here are a few of the ways the media has shone the spotlight on the WPI community recently: K-12 Students Should Argue … About Science Findings from a research team led by Janice Gobert, co-director of the Learning Sciences & Technologies program at WPI, were […]

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Mass Academy Students Selected as Delegates for National Science Society

Monday, November 11, 2013

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Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science seniors Annabel Consilvio and Meredith Rioux have been selected to represent the state of Massachusetts as delegates in the 2014 American Junior Academy of Science (AJAS) Convention. To be selected for this prestigious event, Annabel and Meredith had to receive first place rankings in the 2013 Massachusetts State Science […]

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WPI Goes Hollywood

Monday, November 11, 2013

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Who says academia and pop culture don’t mix? Not us—these WPI professors were recently called upon to lend their expertise to two issues straight from the movies. Deconstructing Gravity Physics Department Head Germano Iannacchione shared his opinion of the scientific accuracy behind the hit movie Gravity. Iannacchione was interviewed along with several other researchers from […]

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