In The News


CWRU spin-off company Neuros Medical closed a $3.5M investment round. It will use the money, in part, to continue to develop and test its Electrical Nerve Block technology.


Dovetail Solar and Wind is installing the one-acre, ultra-sophisticated solar testing farm at CWRU.


Professor Mehran Mehregany discusses Open Innovation (OI)  and the structured technology scouting service NineSignma.


LG's decision to invest in the fuel cell center at Stark State College was influenced by multiple factors, including the research being conducted at Case Western Reserve University.


Companies and universities are partnering to design STEM curricula and research opportunities, including Siemens and Case Western Reserve.


Mechanical engineering postdoc researcher Shihao Hu is developing gecko-inspired self-cleaning adhesives.


NorTech VP Dave Karpinski blogs about creating a pipeline of energy entrepreneurs, and references CWRU student team NanoHarv Technology’s showing at the Midwest Clean Energy Student Challenge.


The PBS show’s latest episode explores cellular regeneration and visits the lab of engineering professor Melissa Knothe Tate.


Explores trend of companies partnering with universities for STEM programs, including Sherwin Williams collaboration with Case Western Reserve to form a materials science program.


Cleveland Clinic’s alliance-building with other hospital systems is part of a trend of hospital collaboration, including BioEnterprise, founded by several NE Ohio health care institutions and Case Western Reserve University.