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In The News

6/05/2015

CWRU has used solar panels at its farm in Hunting Valley for years; now the village has approved their use on private homes. 

6/03/2015

A CWRU research team gathered and purified a virus that was separated and weighed for the first time using mass spectrometry at Carnegie Mellon.

6/02/2015

BME's Hunter Peckham guest-writes a column about CWRU's Concussion Symposium, held in conjunction with the National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine. 

6/02/2015

LeedCo has been working with CWRU to design an offshore wind turbine system for the lake that's capable of withstanding winter ice flows; a new European foundation could be used on the project. 

5/31/2015

CWRU Blackstone LaunchPad director Bob Sopko served as a STEM and entrepreneurship professional who judged Believe in Ohio’s State competition.

5/24/2015

CWRU electrical engineering student Sylvester Amponsah won an OZY Genius Award to find a way to superconduct at room temperature. 

5/20/2015

The Lake Erie Energy Development Corp's project to develop offshore turbines on the lake includes CWRU as a partner to validate the design. 

5/17/2015

CWRU and Cleveland Clinic aim to create anatomy curriculum that takes advantage of Microsoft's HoloLens, which would allow students to study life-size holograms of the body and its organs. 

5/15/2015

CWRU student Felipe Gomez del Campo was recognized at a White House event as an emerging entrepreneur and took part in a panel discussion with "Shark Tank" investors. 

5/12/2015

CWRU alum Chris Wentz utilized the on-campus business entrepreneurship office Blackstone Launchpad to help develop his EveryKey device.