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In The News

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.

10/21/2013

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."

10/10/2013

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.

10/09/2013

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

10/09/2013

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