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Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland-based biotechnology company Haima Therapeutics LLC have signed a two-year option to license a technology to prevent and treat bleeding complications from trauma, low platelet counts and surgery.

Three Hathaway Brown students spent May 13-18 in Pittsburgh, PA where they competed in the Intel ISEF (International Science & Engineering Fair), the largest pre-college science fair in the world.

Xconomy New York — It turns out interpreting biopsies isn’t entirely unlike mapping the rocky terrain of Mars. Thomas Fuchs, a former research technologist at NASA, is taking some of what he learned in training algorithms to navigate the Red Planet for the Mars Rover project and applying it to create cancer-detecting algorithms.

A robot in Singapore assembled an IKEA chair, new MRI sensors can peer deep inside the brain, and noise-canceling tech for windows can cut street noise by half. A nice try, but this week’s science will keep people talking.

Case Western Reserve University’s diagnostic imaging computers outperform human counterparts, but offer tools for better, less costly care

Case Western Reserve University researchers engineer better way to insert more flexible neural implants into soft brain tissue

BME Grad students win top prize at annual Medical Capital Innovation Competition - Second year in a row

Research by Anant Madabhushi, the F. Alex Nason Professor II of biomedical engineering at Case Western Reserve University, has been selected as one of the top 100 read oncology papers for Scientific Reports in 2017.

The department of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University was well represented at the 2018 SPIE Medical Imaging conference in Houston, TX in February 2018. 

In mice, combined agent provides higher contrast in MRI images of aggressive cancers

Computational imaging center in Cleveland leading partnership aimed at first clinical trials for treatment level for emerging cancers

Yarn weaved from carbon nanotubes monitors brain control of organ functions in rats, paves way for disease diagnosis and treatment at single nerve level.

Cancer informatics and digital pathology workflow solution provider Inspirata®, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a new National Institute of Health/National Cancer Institute (NIH/NCI) R01 grant with its academic partner, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) in Cleveland, Ohio.

Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic are developing a computerized tissue imaging capability that uses predictive analytics to potentially help identify which lung cancer patients are likely to experience an earlier recurrence of the disease.

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Technologies that restore movement and the sense of touch are helping people to overcome the physical effects of stroke and spinal-cord injury.

“Artificial intelligence,” “machine learning,” and “deep learning” are terms frequently used by the media as new technologies that will disrupt a variety of fields. Health care is no exception.

Research supported by a recent $3.16 million National Cancer Institute grant

The combination of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms and radiomics can distinguish malignant from benign lung nodules on noncontrast CT scans, potentially reducing the number of unnecessary surgical interventions in these cases, according to a multi-institutional team from Cleveland.