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News

Biology and Biotechnology Professor Reeta Rao’s work in Candida was published in Nature Communications. alt
Biology and Biotechnology Professor Reeta Rao’s work in Candida was published in Nature Communications.
September 18, 2019
WPI professor Danielle Cote (center) leads a WPI research team that will study cold spray 3D printing techniques. alt
WPI professor Danielle Cote (center) leads a WPI research team that will study cold spray 3D printing techniques.
September 10, 2019
Presidential and GEM Fellows with Terri Camesano at the Foisie Innovation Studio. alt
Terri Camesano (right) with Presidential and GEM Fellows (in ascending order) Janelle Vultaggio, Lynnette Robinson, Jocelyn Petitto, Alexander Castaneda, and Tofunmi Ogunfunmi. Not pictured: Brittany Gradel.
December 11, 2018

Media Coverage

In WPI research news, Materials Today is the latest to report on the university receiving a $25 million award from the Army Research Lab to be used by Danielle Cote, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, and Kyle Tsaknopoulos, a postdoctoral fellow at WPI. They’ll use the funding to advance a cold spray 3D printing technique that could be used to repair military vehicles and equipment.

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The Telegram & Gazette featured WPI research by Danielle Cote, assistant professor of materials science and engineering, in this article. Cote and Kyle Tsaknopoulos, a postdoctoral fellow at WPI, will use the funding to advance a cold spray 3D printing technique that could be used to repair military vehicles and equipment.  The grant will also allow their research to bring in other departments at WPI, like robotics and data science.

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Terri Camesano
The Office of Graduate Studies aims to build a community full of enrichment and scholarship. We are here to develop student leaders who will go onto become innovators.
Terri Camesano
Dean of Graduate Studies