Inexpensive Robots a Game Changer for Global STEM Education 3D printed robots

Inexpensive Robots a Game Changer for Global STEM Education

Hours before the opening ceremonies of the 2022 FIRST Global Challenge robotics competition in Geneva, Switzerland, a deceptively small, inexpensive, new robot made its global debut.

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A Recipe for Net-Zero Aviation Fuel

A Recipe for Net-Zero Aviation Fuel

An interdisciplinary team of WPI researchers has developed a potential breakthrough in green aviation: a recipe for a net-zero fuel for planes that will pull carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the air.

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A Record Year for CAREER Grants and Research Expenditures Illustrations of three faculty members who won NSF Career Grants

A Record Year for CAREER Grants and Research Expenditures

In addition to Assistant Professor Ulkuhan Guler, three other WPI faculty members recently received the National Science Foundation’s CAREER grant, which supports researchers during the early stages of their academic careers.

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The 1974 Championship Bowling Team The 1974 WPI Bowling Team

The 1974 Championship Bowling Team

From the Archives: Although they had no official coach or even uniforms, the members of the 1974 Bowling Team captured a national championship for WPI.

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Black Hole ‘Sonification’ Brings Symphony to Life Illustration of 'sonification'

Black Hole ‘Sonification’ Brings Symphony to Life

Arts & Sciences Adjunct Professor David Ibbett says he’s happiest when he’s getting to the heart of scientific concepts and bringing them to life through the language of music.

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The Eyes Have It Ort the esports goat mascot is painted on the wall of the South Village Student Center

The Eyes Have It

Orts, the esports club’s goat mascot, looms large on the wall of the esports lounge of the new South Village Student Center,

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