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5/08/2014

A company born at CWRU but now based in Boston invented a battery-powered machine that uses magnets and lasers to identify malaria-infected blood.

5/07/2014

Blackstone LaunchPad at CWRU provides assistance to student startups.

4/29/2014

CardioInsight, a company that developed a noninvasive way to map the electrical activity of the heart and licensed its technology from CWRU, is discussed in an article about technology transfer.

4/22/2014

The Cleveland region has pioneered the manufacturing of medical imaging devices, with much technology developed at CWRU; university to host medical imaging equipment conference.

4/21/2014

Malaria researchers at CWRU have developed a portable malaria detector that uses lasers and magnets to detect malaria. 

4/19/2014

CWRU's Research ShowCASE was a massive display of the breadth of university research.

4/17/2014

A portable malaria detector developed at Case Western Reserve University could provide test results in seconds.

4/14/2014

CWRU researchers have adapted Raman imaging systems to demonstrate the technique's potential for spotting warning signs of dental cavities. 

4/09/2014

A former CWRU graduate student won $100,000 in a national business competition to help fund the Cleveland-based biomed startup he co-founded, which is developing a test to rapidly diagnose malaria.

4/01/2014

Projects at CWRU--America makes and the new data science program--are highlighted in a colum about the tech trends that make companies successful.