April 18, 2013 | Business Insider
How ‘High-Performance Clothing’ Will Power Your Phone and Monitor Your Health: Robert Ferris with Business Insider interviewed Wake Forest nanotechnologist David Carroll about Power Felt, an inexpensive fabric that collects power from body heat. “We have some really interesting applications for high-performance clothing,” said Carroll. “And that high-performance clothing will not only be useful for collecting power…the bigger story is that we are also going to be using it for health monitoring.”>> Read more about Power Felt on the Wake Forest News Center.
April 9, 2013 | Marketplace
Taking the sting out of tuition: “The suspense is over for many college-bound kids, as nearly all the acceptance letters have gone out. Now it’s decision time — not only which school to attend in the fall, but how to pay for it,” writes Marketplace reporter Gigi Douban. Wake Forest University economist Amanda Griffith commented on how colleges want to attract a variety of students, including those whose parents earn too much to be eligible for financial aid. “Offering a merit-based scholarship where maybe that student is not eligible for need-based financial aid could entice them to come to your school instead of a different institution where they’d have to pay the full sticker price,” she said.
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