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SEAS start-up co-founders appear on podcast

Distributed Spectrum co-founders Alex Wulff, Isaac Struhl and Ben Harpe

Alex Wulff, Isaac Struhl and Ben Harpe recently discussed the roll of government funding and research and development grants in co-founding Distributed Spectrum, a radio frequency monitoring platform. (Isaac Struhl)

A start-up founded by three recent graduates of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has been featured on Undiluted, a podcast based out of MIT that covers companies built off government contracts and research and development grants. Alex Wulff (S.B. ‘22), Isaac Struhl (A.B./S.M. ‘22) and Ben Harpe (A.B. ‘22) co-founded Distributed Spectrum, which offers a sensor and software package that can identify, classify and localize potentially disruptive radio signals. Their company has been partially funded by grant prizes from National Security Innovation Network hackathons, and a $250,000 Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Science Foundation.

Listen to the podcast here.

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