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Biomedical engineer Marsha Rolle has spent more than a decade developing a method for building engineered blood vessels. With support from the NIH, she is using her innovative methods to create diseased blood vessels, which could serve as better models for testing new medications and help speed the development of better treatments for cardiac and vascular conditions. 

Engineering Human Blood Vessels

From cutting-edge work in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine to advances in robotics and cybersecurity to a closer look at ecosystems, explore WPI research in and out of the lab. View more research videos.

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In rain, shine, and—as is typical in New England—snow, Rachel Wilkins-Thurman '09 (MS PSM) applies her can-do mindset to the complexities of the 72,000-square-mile power grid that serves customers in the region.

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Craig Shue, associate professor of computer science and cybersecurity, contributed his thoughts in a Wall Street Journal point-counterpoint opinion piece, “Should Cities Ever Pay Ransom to Hackers?” Shue’s position: “YES: Sometimes, the Benefits of Paying a Ransom Outweigh the Costs."

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WPI mechanical engineering professor Greg Fischer, the director of WPI’s Automation and Interventional Medicine Lab, is noted in a story about medical robotics and his research on MRI-compatible robots for cancer therapy.

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