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CSE researchers created silicon carbide mechanical switches that could open and close tens of millions of times.


CWRU researchers have developed haptic technology to stimulate a sense of touch in prosthetic hands. 


Scientists at the University of Kansas and CWRU have developed a device that appears capable of repairing damaged pathways in the brain.


Researchers at the Cleveland VA and CWRU have made significant progress in building a prosthetic hand that provides something like a sense of touch.


Researchers at the Cleveland VA and CWRU have created a new way to connect prosthetic hands to human nerves.


A new nerve interface developed by CWRU and the Cleveland VA can simulate a sense of touch from 20 spots on a prosthetic hand. 


ASEE First Bell covers the Plain Dealer's reporting of CWRU professor and students going to Myanmar university.


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.