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CWRU spin-off company Apollo Medical Devices is speeding up blood analysis to just 5 minutes with only one drop of blood. 


Partnership between innovation firm Nottingham Spirk and CWRU's think[box] is designed to both inspire new inventions and bring existing ideas to fruition. 


Amputees have a new opportunity to “feel” again through a recent breakthrough conducted by a team of scientists led by BME's Dustin Tyler.


CWRU spin-off company CardioInsight maximized funding by headquartering the company in the university hospital's health system and raising money from CWRU's tech transfer program, then attracted funding from a VDO and additional venture capitalists.


EECS's Philip Feng weighs in on the methodology that best fits 2D-material fabrication. 


Young women interested in STEM will be encouraged, educated and empowered to dream big about the Internet of Things on CWRU's campus.


In a round-up of the IEDM conference, EE Journal reviews CWRU research in one of the first attempts to investigate the properties of 2D materials on 2D structures for building NEMS membranes. 


CWRU researchers have shown that an inexpensive metal-free catalyst performs as well as costly metal catalysts at speeding oxygen reduction reaction in acidic fuel cell. 


The CWRU think[box] approach to making is open access for all.


DARPA has selected eight teams, including CWRU, to advance the development of next-generation, state-of-the-art upper-limb prostheses.