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7/16/2015

BME's Dustin Tyler comments on a new polymer designed to mimic both te elasticity and sensitivity of human skin.

7/16/2015

America Makes funded more projects in its third round, including a U of Notre Dame project for next-gen orthopedic materials, on which CWRU is collaborating.

7/15/2015

The first version of Microsoft's virtual reality product HoloLens will be less about games and more about enterprise, for example its parternship with CWRU regarding anatomy education.

7/13/2015

Microsoft released a video with partner CWRU showing how its virtual reality HoloLens can be used in the field of medicine.

7/12/2015

The Northeast Ohio Makers Network is mapping out the capabilities of regional alliance members, including the heavily equipped think[box] at Case Western Reserve University.

7/11/2015

Local startup Identify Sensors uses nanopoarticle technology developed in the lab of CSE's C.C. Liu, to detect dangerous explosive, weapons, chemicals or other hazardous material in shipping containers.

7/10/2015

Microsoft's video showcases what iw will feel like to use its augmented reality helmet, HoloLens, through an anatomy lesson with partner CWRU.

7/10/2015

Microsoft showed what it will actually feel like to wear its HoloLens augmented reality headset in a video released with partner CWRU. 

7/10/2015

A video released by Microsoft in partnership with CWRU reveals how the augmented reality headset can be used in teaching medical anatomy. 

7/10/2015

In a video filmed at CWRU, Microsoft shows off how its augmented reality helmet, HoloLens, is being utlizied in the medical industry.