In The News


CSE's Lisa Camp and Ian Charnas discuss the "maker movement"—a movement that embodies the Cleveland spirit. 


BME's Dustin Tyler discussed sensory restoration in people who have lost limbs to help them feel again.


CWRU researchers have succeeded in fusing prostate cancer pathology data with anatomical MRI data to create the foundation of a first-of-its-kind prostate atlas for prostate cancer.


A North Canton high school uses grant to create a Fab Lab modeled after Case Western Reserve's think[box].


CWRU researchers have developed tiny clotting balls that could help stop catastrophic bleeding, saving millions of people's lives.


In a new study published in PNAS, CWRU researchers developed and tested a type of artificial platelet that can be injected into the body and spur faster formation of blood clots.


An artificial platelet in development at CWRU to help slow internal bleeding after trauma is one step closer to making it to human trials.


Biomedical engineering researchers at CWRU have developed artificial platelets that could speed the clotting of blood in wounded soldiers, car accident victims, or others in danger of rapid blood loss.


CSE's Mohan Sankaran comments on a new Peking University study to grow a batch of single-walled carbon nanotubes.


CWRU engineer has received a five-year, $1.7M NIH grant for research to make artificial replacement rotator cuff for shoulder.