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In The News

8/21/2013

New brain-implantation technique assists with gauging property changes and measuring on a micro-scale.

8/20/2013

A technique from CWRU seeks to address two challenges inherent in brain-implantation technology: gaging the property changes that occur during implantation and measuring on a micro-scale.

8/20/2013

A technique from CWRU accommodates two challenges in brain-implantation technology.

8/14/2013

EECS's Frank Merat discusses the power outage of 2003, which affected about 50 million people in the U.S. and Canada.

8/13/2013

Assoc. prof. Sree Sreenath discusses recent study abroad trip in which 20 students and faculty members traveled to India to study global issues and sustainability in rural areas.

8/06/2013

A one-minute test created at Case Western Reserve University could detect malaria.

8/01/2013

CWRU granted a technology transfer option to CSE-student-led research spinoff company Disease Diagnostic Group, which is developing a hand-held malaria diagnostic device.

7/26/2013

EECS's Mingguo Hong discusses why the possibility for energy failures is more prevalent in the summer months.

7/24/2013

Researchers at CWRU have made the first freely suspended vibrating nanodevices from ultrathin molybdenum disulphide--a 2D material that could rival graphene for many future electronic applications.

7/19/2013

Director of the Coulter-Case Translational Research Partnership Colin Drummond discusses the difference between doing entrepreneurship and teaching it.