Three biomedical engineering researchers—Jeffrey Capadona, Anant Madabhushi and Julius Korley—are among four Case Western Reserve University faculty members who were named to the prestigious Crain’s Cleveland Business “Forty Under 40” class of 2015.
In addition to four faculty members, five Case Western Reserve alumni were also named to this year’s list, resulting in nearly a quarter of the honorees having a direct affiliation with the university.
Cuyahoga County and Case Western Reserve University will team up to analyze and tackle some of the region’s pressing concerns as part of a new national network of civic-university partnerships the White House launched last week as part of the administration’s “Smart Cities” initiative.
Called MetroLab Network, its goal is to use advances in science and technology to collaborate on solutions to such community challenges as traffic congestion, crime, job creation and public service improvements.
Kelvin Smith Library will host a Science & Engineering Research and Resources Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 29 from 12:30-4 p.m. in Nord Hall, room 356.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn about many science and engineering resources available through the library. All Case Western Reserve students, faculty and staff are welcome to come and enjoy free food, prizes, and resource demos.
Contact Daniela Solomon for more information.
Janet Gbur, doctoral candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has been selected as one of the two 2016 Henry DeWitt Smith Scholars by the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS). She will be recognized at the TMS 2016 Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Nashville, Tenn., during the Annual Award Banquet.
As a recipient of the award, she will receive a $2,000 scholarship and travel expenses to attend the conference. Gbur is a member of the TMS Biomaterials Committee and will be presenting "Evaluation of Dental Archwires Following Flex Bending Fatigue" in the Advanced Materials in Dental and Orthopedic Applications symposium at the conference.
Case Western Reserve University has announced new collaborations on two federal manufacturing initiatives: a new project through America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, and a national effort to advance the commercialization of flexible electronics.
Case Western Reserve, in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame, won an award during the third round of America Makes funding to address the economic production of next-generation orthopedic materials through powder reuse in additive manufacturing.