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In The News

3/26/2015

Materials scientists have been interested in the mechanisms of undersea creatures. CWRU's Jeffrey Capadona has taken inspiration from sea cucumbers in developing material for implants. 

3/25/2015

CWRU is one of the partners in the new $140M lightweight metals institute, called Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow (LIFT). 

3/18/2015

[video] Materials' Roger French discussed the duration of environmentally exposed technologies and research being done to develop those technologies further. 

3/18/2015

America Makes, the first nationwide institute dedicated to the development of commerically viable 3D printing techniques, includes partners CWRU, Youngstown State and LCCC.

3/17/2015

CWRU spin-off company Apollo Medical Devices is speeding up blood analysis to just 5 minutes with only one drop of blood. 

3/17/2015

Partnership between innovation firm Nottingham Spirk and CWRU's think[box] is designed to both inspire new inventions and bring existing ideas to fruition. 

3/16/2015

Amputees have a new opportunity to “feel” again through a recent breakthrough conducted by a team of scientists led by BME's Dustin Tyler.

3/16/2015

CWRU spin-off company CardioInsight maximized funding by headquartering the company in the university hospital's health system and raising money from CWRU's tech transfer program, then attracted funding from a VDO and additional venture capitalists.

3/11/2015

EECS's Philip Feng weighs in on the methodology that best fits 2D-material fabrication. 

3/10/2015

Young women interested in STEM will be encouraged, educated and empowered to dream big about the Internet of Things on CWRU's campus.