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A CWRU team attached sensors to a bionic hand and fitted 'cuffs' around the patient's remaining nerves in the arm, which were capable of delivering electronic stimulation in order to restore a sense of touch.


Prosthetics are getting more intelligent, including one developed at CWRU that restores a sense of touch.


This year, the Prayers from Maria Children's Glioma Cancer Research Foundation awarded its largest grant to CWRU's James Basilion, who is exploring nanotechnology for more-targeted chemotherapy delivery systems. 


Prosthetics have come a long way. CWRU and Cleveland VA researchers have connected with nerve bundles on the arm to produce a sense of touch on 20 spots of a prosthetic hand. 


The Prayers from Maria foundation awarded a grant to CWRU for researchers working on a new technology to help children with brain tumors. 


BME's Steven Eppell comments on a new way to regrow bone from stem cells. 


BME's Anant Madabhushi discussed his team’s research, which explores how textural analysis techniques may be able to decrease the number of unnecessary biopsies in ground-glass non-small cell lung nodules.


EveryKey, a product born in a CWRU classroom, is one example of how Cleveland startup tech companies are 'changing the rules.'


Siemens USA president and CEO visited the CWRU campus and revealed plans to invest $2M in the Global Center for Health Innovation, move a regional headquarters to Cleveland, and form more partnerships with the university. 


Meet Ian Charnas, manager of CWRU's high-tech invention and makerspace, think[box].