News & Events

WPI and the BETC are often in the news.  Our faculty and staff present at conferences and exhibit at trade shows around the globe. Here you’ll find recent articles, press releases, video interviews, and other archived materials, plus a listing of upcoming engagements.

Featured Stories

Newly Inaugurated Gov. Charlie Baker, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito Visit WPI, BETC

On his first full day in office as the 72nd governor of Massachusetts, Governor Charlie Baker visited the BETC to tour the facilities and hear from a panel of local leaders about the strong track of academic and industry collaborations in central Massachusetts. Read more.

Expanding the Impact of Biomanufacturing Training

A new program for AdvantaPure broadens the biomanufacturing curriculum at WPI and spawns a research project. Read more.

Mardirosian Honored by Quinsigamond Community College

Daniel Madirosian, senior operations manager at the BETC, is one of 50 Quinsigamond Community College alumni honored for making significant strides in both their personal lives and in their community. Read more.

WPI Biomanufacturing Expertise Featured in Berlin

Kamal Rashid will help lead BioTalk 2014, an international two-day event focused on biomanufacturing set in Berlin. Read more.

Invite a BETC or WPI Expert to Your Conference

With more than 80 years of collective experience, the BETC’s staff are sought-after presenters at prestigious conferences and symposia around the globe. To invite a BETC or WPI expert to your conference, call +1-508-831-4879.

Upcoming Events

ISPE Professional Development: Tech Skills Get the Meeting, Soft Skills Get the Promotion (ISPE Boston Chapter GO Hub event)

January 16, 2015

  • The BETC serves as the ISPE’s Central Massachusetts GO Hub, one of a number of regional global outreach sites established to foster professional networking.
  • GO Hubs are locations throughout New England where ISPE Boston’s monthly professional development offerings are broadcast from. This gives its members the ability to conveniently participate no matter where they live.