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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.


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


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.


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.


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


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.


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.


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.


A new artificial lens developed by CWRU and PolymerPlus mimics the one in human eyes and could dramatically lower weight of night-vision goggles, laswer rangefinders and cameras aboard micro unmanned aerial vehicles.


A team of researchers, including CWRU, has created an artificial lens made up of thousands of nanoscale polymer layers that is nearly identical to the natural lens of the human eye.