CWRU scientists received a second $1M ARPA-E grant to develop a highly mangetic iron-nitride alloy to use in the magnets that power electric motors found in electric vehicles and renewable power generators.
CWRU researchers have taken step toward identifying the recipe of physical and biochemical signals to guide stem cell behavior by developing an easy and versatile way of forming gradients in three dimensions.
The Institute for Advanced Materials and CWRU Corporate Relations invite faculty to join us for a Bidders Conference with Sherwin-Williams, which will include a presentation about the topic areas within the 2013/14 Innovation Prize Fund, Q&A, light refreshments, and beverages!
All students are invited to explore ways to enhance their career paths and broaden their career options through the master of engineering and management program.
Learn more at http://www.engineering.case.edu/mem