Fire Protection Engineering Professor Milosh Puchovsky spoke with The Washington Post about the tragic fires in New York and Philadelphia and the fire risks posed from household furnishings.
BostInno reports Roadgnar, a startup founded at WPI, has changed its name to Cyvl.ai, joined a startup incubator in Somerville, and received new funding.
Chemical Engineering Professor Michael Timko spoke with U.S. News & World Report about the future of hydrogen energy. “I think that societally, we're just entranced with this silver bullet thinking… you’re hoping that each one's the perfect solution, when in fact, you're probably going to need a layered approach – lots of different solutions for different applications,” said Timko.
The Boston Globe spoke with Robotics Engineering Professor Michael Gennert about the Massachusetts-based robotics company Symbotic’s announcement that it’s going public. Gennert offers expert analysis on the intersection of the robotics and grocery industries.
People.com wrote an article about WPI student Jordan Rosenfeld’s efforts to design and build a prosthetic leg for his rescue dog, Cleo. Jordan adopted Cleo last year, and since then, he has made it his mission to help her regain her mobility.
BostInno reports on WPI startup Battery Resourcers’ winning “Rocket Ship Company of the Year” in the Climate Tech category at The New England Venture Capital Association’s NEVY Awards.
NBC10 Boston spoke with WPI student Jordan Rosenfeld about his work to build a prosthetic leg for his pet dog Cleo, who lost a leg after being hit by a car. Jordan adopted Cleo last year, and since then, he has made it his mission to help Cleo regain her mobility.
University World News spoke with Vice President of Enrollment Management Andrew Palumbo about WPI’s test blind admissions policy, which eliminates SAT and ACT scores from the admissions process, after the University of California system took a similar step.
DesignNews reports on Professor Yan Wang’s research which has found that recycled cathode materials outperform those made from virgin material.
WPI Business School Professor Joe Sarkis was interviewed for a Newsy article. The report highlighted how problems with the supply chain could impact finding the perfect gift this year. Sarkis says “it's all about being flexible this holiday season”
The Worcester Business Journal reports on WPI Mathematical Sciences Professor Sam Walcott’s research to develop a mathematical model for muscle movement that could lead to improved medical treatments and the creation of better prosthetic devices.
The Boston Globe talks to Professor Kate McIntyre about her new collection of short stories, Mad Prairie, and how her childhood in Kansas influenced her work.
Worcester Magazine spoke with Professor Yu Zhong about his research to produce clean, cost-effective hydrogen fuel. Zhong talks about the two-year project and how it could help address climate change.
New Atlas published an article about Professor Michael Timko’s research into the feasibility of converting plastic material found in the ocean into "blue diesel" that could power ships at sea.
The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed Destin Heilman, professor of teaching, for its article. Heilman spoke about WPI’s decision to create a path to tenure and extend contracts for some teaching faculty, along with giving them a role in faculty governance.
President Leshin speaks with CBS Boston’s Paula Ebben hours after William Shatner’s historic trip to space, saying there has been new excitement around aerospace studies and WPI growing numbers in this field of study is proof.
Professor Albert Simeoni, fire protection engineering, is quoted in the Lifewire article. Simeoni discusses the pros and cons of the new feature.
ISS360 reports fire protection engineering professor James Urban is working on cutting edge research to better predict the spread of massive, deadly wildfires by studying flames on the International Space Station.
WCVB Channel 5 aired a segment on a new technology developed by WPI graduates that will help detect potholes. The device called Roadgnar is currently being tested by the City of Worcester.
The Telegram and Gazette notes WPI’s ranking among the top national universities.