CWRU researchers develop device that quickly assesses blood clotting ability.
Cleveland company licenses CWRU-developed blood analyzing technology.
CWRU researchers develop portable sensor for fast blood clotting analysis.
BME’s Bolu Ajiboye discusses brain-computer interfaces.
CWRU to serve as a living laboratory for testing the integration of smart building technologies into the power grid.
CWRU’s Dustin Tyler comments on efforts to develop a memory prosthesis at the University of Southern California.
CWRU and Cleveland Clinic’s HoloAnatomy app is included in a list of promising apps for HoloLens.
Artificial hand developed at CWRU helps restore a range of sensations from light to intense.
BME researchers at CWRU develop computer program that outperforms clinicians at detecting recurrent cancer.
CWRU’s role in the BrainGate collaboration is discussed in an article about neural feedback research.
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