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BME's Anant Madabhushi is researching how prostate cancer could be detected using computers instead of traditional screening methods.


Macromolecular science and engineering professor Ica Manas-Zloczower commented on the history of nanocomposites.


News of CWRU's new degree programs in big data analytics caused a flurry of interest from prospective students.


Materials professor James McGuffin-Cawley talked about CSE's involvement with additivie manufacturing and the importance of the America makes program.


IBM announced it is partnering with 28 new business schools and universities to help prepare students for jobs to support big data, including the development of a new undergrad program in data science at CWRU.


BME professor Hunter Peckham contributed to Reddit's Science AMA Series, making the front page of the popular website and chatting with users about neurotechnology implants.


New classes and even degree programs, including a new undergraduate degree at CWRU, focused on data analytics are cropping up all over the U.S.


An exploration of start up fundraising looks at CardioInsight, a company based on technology developed at CWRU that 3D maps the heart's electrical activity.


Bahrain is developing a solar energy program and looking to America for technology innovations. CWRU's research is mentioned.


CWRU professor emeritus of engineering Arthur Hucklebridge discussed the complications of possibly repairing the Bay Bridge.