An Easier Way to Produce Clean Hydrogen Clean Hydrogen

An Easier Way to Produce Clean Hydrogen

Yu Zhong has been awarded a U.S. Department of Energy grant to lead a $1.2 million project to design better-performing materials for devices that split water molecules to produce clean hydrogen fuel.

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$500 Million Fundraising Campaign Launches Publicly Beyond These Towers

$500 Million Fundraising Campaign Launches Publicly

WPI launched Beyond These Towers, the largest fundraising campaign in its history—and the first to combine philanthropy and sponsored research—at a global virtual event in October.

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Wildfires and Microgravity Wildfires and Microgravity

Wildfires and Microgravity

For a better understanding of how fire behaves on Earth, WPI researcher James Urban is looking, oddly enough, to outer space.

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Student Group Encourages Women to Consider Cybersecurity Cyber Security Student Group

Student Group Encourages Women to Consider Cybersecurity

Students at WPI created a chapter of Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS), a national organization with a goal of encouraging girls and women to enter the computer science fields.

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Sense of Place: Back in Action Football at Alumni Field

Sense of Place: Back in Action

After a year of pandemic-induced silence, Alumni Stadium awakened with a roar of activity this fall,...

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Researchers Use Enzymes to Create Self-Healing Concrete Self healing concrete research

Researchers Use Enzymes to Create Self-Healing Concrete

WPI researchers are using an enzyme found in red blood cells to create self-healing concrete that...

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