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Volume 102, No. 4, Spring 2003

Volume 102, No. 4, Spring 2003

The Bold Trajectory of Robert Lindberg First developing satellite technologies and X-planes, and now leading NASA's new aerospace research institute, Bob Lindberg '74 charts a daring course. By Ray Bert '93

On the Front Lines of Telemedicine With the U.S. Army's Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), WPI is developing battlefield technologies that will change the delivery of healthcare for all of us. By Michael W. Dorsey

The Science of Fiction Professor and novelist Gary Goshgarian '64, known to readers as Gary Braver, explores the literary what-if world of groundbreaking medical science. By Joan Killough-Miller

The Jet Set When it comes to building jet engines, Pratt & Whitney of Hartford, Conn., has discovered the best way to stay on top: forging a partnership with WPI. By Carol Cambo

A Soul-Searching Superhero Finding the connection between work and passion can be an engineer's greatest challenge. Or it can be as easy as sitting in a tree. By Nina Simon '02

Cadet Justen T. Garrity '04 of the Bay State Battalion of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC), headquartered at WPI, represents the future of the American military. With technologies currently being developed at WPI, a soldier's health will be monitored from a distance during combat.

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