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CWRU has used solar panels at its farm in Hunting Valley for years; now the village has approved their use on private homes. 


A CWRU research team gathered and purified a virus that was separated and weighed for the first time using mass spectrometry at Carnegie Mellon.


BME's Hunter Peckham guest-writes a column about CWRU's Concussion Symposium, held in conjunction with the National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine. 


LeedCo has been working with CWRU to design an offshore wind turbine system for the lake that's capable of withstanding winter ice flows; a new European foundation could be used on the project. 


CWRU Blackstone LaunchPad director Bob Sopko served as a STEM and entrepreneurship professional who judged Believe in Ohio’s State competition.


CWRU electrical engineering student Sylvester Amponsah won an OZY Genius Award to find a way to superconduct at room temperature. 


The Lake Erie Energy Development Corp's project to develop offshore turbines on the lake includes CWRU as a partner to validate the design. 


CWRU and Cleveland Clinic aim to create anatomy curriculum that takes advantage of Microsoft's HoloLens, which would allow students to study life-size holograms of the body and its organs. 


CWRU student Felipe Gomez del Campo was recognized at a White House event as an emerging entrepreneur and took part in a panel discussion with "Shark Tank" investors. 


CWRU alum Chris Wentz utilized the on-campus business entrepreneurship office Blackstone Launchpad to help develop his EveryKey device.