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CWRU researchers have adapted Raman imaging systems to demonstrate the technique's potential for spotting warning signs of dental cavities. 


A former CWRU graduate student won $100,000 in a national business competition to help fund the Cleveland-based biomed startup he co-founded, which is developing a test to rapidly diagnose malaria.


Projects at CWRU--America makes and the new data science program--are highlighted in a colum about the tech trends that make companies successful.


CWRU and CSU team to offer courses in a new cirriculum where undergrad engineering and computer science students learn how to break--and then protect--hardware, software and data.


CWRU and CSU collaborate on new courses in cyber security.


CWRU and CSU students will hack computers for credit this fall in new joint curriculum venture.


BME associate professor Cameron McIntyre comments on recent Parkinson's treatments.


Forbes blogger Rachel Bagley shares words of wisdom from CWRU alum and former Microsoft COO Bob Herbold's address from CSE's E-Week banquet.


A group of CWRU students won the $20,000 first prize at the 10th annual Stu Clark Investment Competition for their business Disease Diagnostics, for a new way to diagnose malaria.


U.S. News & World Report releases 2015 best graduate schools rankings; CWRU saw one of the largest climbs in the engineering rankings.