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5/04/2015

CWRU and Virginia Tech are working together to create and test nanoparticles to treat blast injuries deep inside the body. 

5/04/2015

Team NEO predicts a serious comeback in manufacturing jobs in the region, and CWRU's Chris Duston comments on the university's role in the process.

5/03/2015

CWRU partnered with Microsoft on HoloLens, which has the potential to "revolutionize" medical education by bringing 3D content into the real world. 

5/01/2015

The cross-disciplinary BrainGate team, which includes researchers from CWRU, is developing brain-computer interface technology, which uses tiny electrodes implanted in regions of the brain that control hand and arm movements to restore functionality after paralysis. 

4/29/2015

CWRU is partnering with Microsoft on its new HoloLens augmented reality headset. 

4/29/2015

Microsoft partnered with CWRU to develop medical solutions for its new HoloLens holographic platform.

4/29/2015

A CWRU researcher helped Microsoft debut its new HoloLens holographic headset, demonstrating its use in medical education, showing life-size anatomical cutaways. 

4/29/2015

CWRU partnered with Microsoft on its latest project, HoloLens, a holographic computing device that could be used to help educate medical students. 

4/29/2015

CWRU and Cleveland Clinic teamed with Microsoft to develop a medical training application for the new Windows Holographic platform and HoloLens hardware.

4/29/2015

CWRU is one of Microsoft's new partners for its HoloLens augmented reality platform.