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In The News

10/16/2012

CWRU researchers won a $1.2M grant to develop way to mass produce flexible electronic devices on an extremely small scale. 

10/16/2012

CWRU and Notre Dame University researchers discovered that electrons in plasma serve to separate water, thereby producing hydrogen gas.

10/15/2012

CWRU researchers have developed technology aimed at making an optical disc that holds 1 to 2 terabytes of data.

10/15/2012

The Girls' Science and Engineering Club at Monticello Middle School partners with CWRU's Women In Science and Engineering Roundtable (WISER) program. 

10/13/2012

Civil's Art Huckelridge commented on the maintenance and repairs of the Main Avenue Bridge.

10/09/2012

Using technology first developed by CLiPS, CWRU researchers have developed technology aimed at making an optical disc that holds 1 to 2 terabytes of data.

10/09/2012

Four colleges, including CWRU, join to help manufacturers grow in northern Ohio.

10/09/2012

Four area higher ed institutions, including CWRU, are working with the Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network (MAGNET) to help NE Ohio become a leader in advanced manufacturing.

10/09/2012

Researchers at CWRU have developed new technology to produce an improved optical disc that can hold between 1 and 2 terabytes.

10/09/2012

MAGNET partners with four area higher education partners, including CWRU, to provide small to midsize manufactuerers in NE Ohio with resources to help them develop new products and technologies.