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A CWRU chemical engineering professor and a dozen CWRU students travel to Myanmar to teach a peer-training class--the first American college course to be taught in the country, according to the U.S. Dept of State.


A CWRU professor's company, Akrotome Imaging, has developed a guided imaging technology that could eliminate the need for epeat lumpectomies. 


Two CWRU engineering students and a CIA grad have developed a device to help people develop less wasteful water habits and promote water conservation.


CWRU researchers have received a $1.3M NIH grant to develop technology that would allow doctors to see real-time images of a patient's beating heart and steer a robotic catheter through its chambers.


CardioInsight Technologies has raised an initial $15M to finish clinical studies in Europe and get approval to sell its product, which is based upon technology developed at Case Western Reserve, in the U.S.


CWRU researchers have received two grants totaling nearly $1.7M to build nanoparticles that seek and destroy metastases too small to be detected with current technologies. 


CWRU researchers received $424,000 NSF grant to develop simpler ways to make complex, two-sided nanoparticles. 


A simple shower warning device developed by CWRU students turns red when you're in the shower too long.


ASEE First Bell reports on Crain's Cleveland Business article about an NSF grant awarded to CWRU for nanoparticle research.


CWRU researchers found way to cheaply make nanodiamonds on lab bench at atmospheric pressure and near room temperature.