Facilities

Studies That Include the World

With a number of departments exploring different aspects of ecosystems—their functions, their composition, and the actions and policies that influence them—WPI’s Environmental Engineering (EVE) program offers students research facilities for varying approaches to investigation, at a number of locations on campus and around the globe.

FULLER ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY

Located in Kaven Hall, this laboratory is designed for state-of-the-art environmental analyses, including water and wastewater testing and treatability studies. Learn more…

GEO/WATER RESOURCES LABORATORY

Also located in Kaven Hall, this laboratory provides space and equipment for soil and water quality analyses, as well as a secure place for field and laboratory equipment used in research and project work. Learn more…

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORIES

Cutting-edge laboratories in Goddard Hall are available for chemical engineering, chemistry, and biochemistry work. Students have access here to state-of-the-art analytic equipment such as gas chromatographs. Learn more…

LIFE SCIENCES & BIOENGINEERING CENTER

New facilities for research at the Life Sciences & Bioengineering Center (LSBC) at Gateway Park are dedicated to biomedical uses. The modern core equipment supports cellular, molecular, and tissue engineering research activities. Learn more…

PROJECT CENTERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

WPI students are able to conduct studies at one of the Interdisciplinary and Global Studies Division’s (IGSD) Project Centers around the world. This unique opportunity allows students with rigorous technical training to research environmental problems emerging in many cultures, as well as to learn differing viewpoints on how to find solutions. Learn more…

 
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