True Gems

On the second floor of Case Western Reserve's A.W. Smith Building, a name resonates through fluorescentlit laboratories crammed with jury-rigged assemblages of tubing, dry ice and laptops. To be sure, the names of pioneering scientists such as Curie and Faraday also are invoked here. But this name applies to a presentday chemical engineering professor whose work with students has earned the university's highest honors for mentoring: It's Mohan... read more