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Centers and Institutes

World-Class Solutions

researchThe Case School of Engineering traces its history of interdisciplinary research to its very beginnings as the Case School of Applied Science. In 1880s Case Professor Albert A. Michelson collaborated with Edward E. Morley, a colleague at the Western Reserve University. Their work laid the foundation for Einstein's Theory of Relativity and earned Michelson a Nobel Prize. Those traditional continue at the Case School in its 16 cross-disciplinary research centers and institutes.

These cutting-edge centers and institutes also create platforms for research partnerships with nearby world-class institutions like The Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals of Cleveland, and NASA Glenn Research Center, to name a few.