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In The News

3/25/2013

German chemical company Atotech is working with CWRU to develop way to make semiconductors smaller than any on market today.

3/22/2013

CWRU spinoff ConservoCare's new device uses nerve stimulation to restore lost bladder control.

2/13/2013

In the president's State of the Union address, Obama mentioned the National Additive Manufacturing Innovative Institute, a consortium tasked with improving and expanding U.S manufacturing. CWRU is among the leaders of the consortium.

2/11/2013

CWRU adds product lifecycle management to engineering program, teams with PTC and NASA Glenn Research Center.

1/24/2013

CWRU student group's "FlyDrive" design project, a flywheel to replace battery in electric and hybrid cars, is in Ohio Clean Energy Challenge semi-finals.

12/21/2012

CWRU, University Hospitals and Ohio Thrid Frontier are pooling $6M to create a venture fund aimed at launching a dozen biomedical companies over the next three years.

12/12/2012

LEEDCo receives $4M federal grant and will work with CWRU to launch offshore wind development on Lake Erie.

12/05/2012

President Obama's proposed $1 billion bet on manufacturing innovation network hinges upon places such as CWRU, where the whirring sounds of 3D printers and laser cutters fill the invention center.

12/04/2012

Jennifer French, who suffered a spinal cord injury at 26 in a snowboarding accident, was able to walk down the aisle at her wedding, thanks to neurostimulation through the Cleveland FES Center.

12/01/2012

A DOE agency that funds high-risk, high-payoff research has awarded engineers at CWRU a grant to develop a "rustbelt" battery with unprecedented flexibility and utility.