Developing ‘Living’ Low-Cost Construction Material Concrete

Developing ‘Living’ Low-Cost Construction Material

WPI researchers Nima Rahbar and Suzanne Scarlata have received $692,386 from the National Science Foundation to improve and develop new functions for their Enzymatic Construction Material.

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Letters to and from the Editor Letters

Letters to and from the Editor

Readers question the number of WPI's national championships and wonder where the 35MM film projectors ended up.

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Letters to and From the Editor Letters

Letters to and From the Editor

Keep your fellow alumni informed by contributing to Class Notes, the most popular feature in the WPI Journal.

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Metallurgist Elwood Haynes Changed the Way We Travel Elwood Haynes, Class of 1881, on his automobile called the Pioneer

Metallurgist Elwood Haynes Changed the Way We Travel

Elwood Haynes, Class of 1881 was an influential metallurgist, automotive pioneer, and renowned inventor.

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Women’s Varsity Eight Rowers Capture NCAA Championship The women's eight team hold their national championship trophies

Women’s Varsity Eight Rowers Capture NCAA Championship

The women’s varsity eight rowers etched their names in WPI history by capturing the university’s first women’s NCAA championship.

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New Executive PhD Program Launches Signage outside The Business School offices

New Executive PhD Program Launches

The Business School launched an executive PhD program specifically designed to give executives greater influence on the challenges and opportunities in their industries, combining their life experiences with rigorous academic research to effect change.

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