Predicting NFL Player Performance Illustration of NFL player

Predicting NFL Player Performance

Students analyze whether data from a NFL scouting event can predict performance during real games.

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Uranium and The Navajo Nation Radiation Rocks

Uranium and The Navajo Nation

A study by Kylar Foley ’24, Summer Training in the Arts and Sciences Award recipient, looked at bioremediation techniques for uranium contamination in The Navajo Nation.

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‘Ropeless’ Lobster Traps Protect Right Whales Image of a right whale tail fin

‘Ropeless’ Lobster Traps Protect Right Whales

A student team developed the Lobster Resurfacing Oceanic Locator, or Lobster R.O.L., which keeps a buoy and coiled rope submerged with a trap until a designated time set by a user on a smartphone app.

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Transforming Trash into Treasure A pile of trash after students move out from residence halls.

Transforming Trash into Treasure

A proposal to recycle usable items discarded when students move out of their residence halls won first place and $1,500 in the 2022 WPI Sustainability Innovation Challenge.

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Renewable Energy in the Rockies Solar panels

Renewable Energy in the Rockies

Brian Fennell, Kohmei Kadoya, John Matthews, Patrick Nieman, and Ron Pfisterer conducted a feasibility study of renewable energy at the Estes Park YMCA campus in Colorado.

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Validating 3D Food Printing for Customizable Nutrition Stock photo of breakfast bars

Validating 3D Food Printing for Customizable Nutrition

Leslie Mateo ’22 and Emily Toala ’22 advanced the materials science of 3D food printing and developed a three-layer, customizable, palatable nutritional bar.

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