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CWRU hosted a conference on Utica shale gas development in Ohio


Amputees may one day regain actual feeling thanks to DARPA and researchers at CWRU who have created a system that can provide sensation to individual fingers.


CWRU and the National Academy of Engineering team up for a two-day conference focused on the economic, environmental and social implications of shale gas. 


The EPA's analysis of hydraulic fracking's threat to drinking water won't be completed until 2016, according to a researcher who spoke at the NAE conference hosted by CWRU.


CWRU research team's creation of squid-like material could lead to better prosthetics and implants.


A group of scientists from UNIST in Korea and CWRU has developed a new metal-free fuel cell catalyst using edge-halogenated graphene nanoscale platelets as a replacement for expensive platinum-based catalysts.


C&EN editor Maureen Rouhi reviews CWRU's MACRO Frontiers conference and 50th anniversary.


A student-professor team at CWRU has invented a hand-held malaria detector that uses the power of magnets.


A new fuel-cell material that is both cheaper to make and better performing is being developed by a research team of UNIST in South Korea, CWRU and Univ of North Texas. 


A portable, inexpensive vest designed by CWRU researchers could detect cancers before symptoms arise.