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CWRU alum Chris Wentz utilized the on-campus business entrepreneurship office Blackstone Launchpad to help develop his EveryKey device. 


CWRU student Felipe Gomez del Campo was invited to a White House entrepreneurship event. 


CWRU student Felipe Gomez del Campo is set to receive a high honor from the White House for his entrepreneurship.


The White House is holding an event to celebrate the success of women and young entrepreneurs; CWRU engineering student Felipe Gomez del Campo is among those highlighted. 


CWRU and Virginia Tech are working together to create and test nanoparticles to treat blast injuries deep inside the body. 


Team NEO predicts a serious comeback in manufacturing jobs in the region, and CWRU's Chris Duston comments on the university's role in the process.


CWRU partnered with Microsoft on HoloLens, which has the potential to "revolutionize" medical education by bringing 3D content into the real world. 


The cross-disciplinary BrainGate team, which includes researchers from CWRU, is developing brain-computer interface technology, which uses tiny electrodes implanted in regions of the brain that control hand and arm movements to restore functionality after paralysis. 


CWRU partnered with Microsoft on its latest project, HoloLens, a holographic computing device that could be used to help educate medical students. 


CWRU is partnering with Microsoft on its new HoloLens augmented reality headset.