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11/14/2013

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

11/11/2013

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.

11/11/2013

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.

11/02/2013

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. 

11/01/2013

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

10/29/2013

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

10/29/2013

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

10/22/2013

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

10/22/2013

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

10/21/2013

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.