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8/26/2014

CWRU's StartupWeekend highlights student entrepreneurship on campus. 

8/25/2014

CSE's cybersecurity curriculum is included in a story about cybersecurity education.

8/21/2014

BME's Nicole F. Steinmetz was included in Crain's annual "40 under 40" list for professional success and civic contributions.

8/13/2014

CSE's Lisa Camp and Ian Charnas discuss the "maker movement"—a movement that embodies the Cleveland spirit. 

8/12/2014

BME's Dustin Tyler discussed sensory restoration in people who have lost limbs to help them feel again.

7/23/2014

CWRU researchers have succeeded in fusing prostate cancer pathology data with anatomical MRI data to create the foundation of a first-of-its-kind prostate atlas for prostate cancer.

7/11/2014

A North Canton high school uses grant to create a Fab Lab modeled after Case Western Reserve's think[box].

7/02/2014

CWRU researchers have developed tiny clotting balls that could help stop catastrophic bleeding, saving millions of people's lives.

7/01/2014

In a new study published in PNAS, CWRU researchers developed and tested a type of artificial platelet that can be injected into the body and spur faster formation of blood clots.

6/30/2014

An artificial platelet in development at CWRU to help slow internal bleeding after trauma is one step closer to making it to human trials.