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CWRU is one of two institutions chosen by the NIH to establish an NHLBI National Sleep Research Resource Center.


CWRU researchers have developed an alternative to using tons of crushing force and volcanic heat to forge diamonds, creating a way to cheaply make nanodiamonds on a lab bench.


A team of researchers from CWRU's schools of medicine and engineering and the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center received a $1.9M NCI grant to answer "provocative question."


ASEE First Bell reports on The Engineer's coverage of ARPA-E funding to CWRU to help develop a low-cost method to obtain titanium metal from its ore.


CWRU engineers won an ARPA-E grant to lower cost of titanium through 'electrowinning' process to produce the metal. 


CWRU researchers received a DOE grant to create a low-cost, energy-efficient method to extract titanium from ore.


CWRU scientists received a second $1M ARPA-E grant to develop a highly mangetic iron-nitride alloy to use in the magnets that power electric motors found in electric vehicles and renewable power generators.


The DOE's ARPA-E picked CWRU to help develop a low-cost method of producing titanium.


CWRU researchers have taken step toward identifying the recipe of physical and biochemical signals to guide stem cell behavior by developing an easy and versatile way of forming gradients in three dimensions.


Editorial expolores how 'the world has discovered Case Western Reserve University,' about the growing popularity of CWRU among international students.