In The News


EECS's Frank Merat discusses the power outage of 2003, which affected about 50 million people in the U.S. and Canada.


Assoc. prof. Sree Sreenath discusses recent study abroad trip in which 20 students and faculty members traveled to India to study global issues and sustainability in rural areas.


A one-minute test created at Case Western Reserve University could detect malaria.


CWRU granted a technology transfer option to CSE-student-led research spinoff company Disease Diagnostic Group, which is developing a hand-held malaria diagnostic device.


EECS's Mingguo Hong discusses why the possibility for energy failures is more prevalent in the summer months.


Researchers at CWRU have made the first freely suspended vibrating nanodevices from ultrathin molybdenum disulphide--a 2D material that could rival graphene for many future electronic applications.


Director of the Coulter-Case Translational Research Partnership Colin Drummond discusses the difference between doing entrepreneurship and teaching it. 


Researchers from South Korea, CWRU and Univ of North Texas have discovered an inexpensive and easily produced catalyst to replace platinum.


Two teams led by CWRU awarded $6M in Third Frontier Money: $3M to develop neurostimulation implants and software to restore muscle function lost due to head or spine injuries; and $3M to develop component for breast biopsy imaging systems.


CWRU, in collaboration with NDI Medical LLC, SPR Therapeutics and Valtronic, has been awarded a $3M grant from the Ohio Third Frontier to commercialize a neurostimulation technology platform for pain and muscle paralysis.