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11/06/2012

A new CWRU research team is on a mission to improve materials and technologies built into solar panels, LEDs and other products.

11/06/2012

CWRU researchers develop imaging technique able to visualize both blood flow and inerent stresses in embryonic hearts.

11/03/2012

A research team at CWRU is at the center of a global engineering drive to figure out how air pollution, weather, even sunlight itself, can slowly damage a solar panel and reduce its output.

11/01/2012

CWRU researchers used OCT imaging to visualize in 3D the stresses induced by flowing blood in an embryonic heart.

11/01/2012

CWRU researchers found a way to create 3D maps of the stress that circulating blood places on the developing heart--a key to understanding triggers of heart defects.

10/31/2012

CWRU researchers have created first-ever 3D stress map of developing embryonic heart, shedding light on why defects form.

10/30/2012

Chemical Engineering PhD student Mohamed Baqar won the TRFA 3rd Annual Excellence in Thermoset Polymer Research Award.

10/30/2012

A team of CWRU researchers have found a way to create 3D maps of the stress that circulating blood places on the developing heart--a key to understanding triggers of heart defects.

10/26/2012

Researchers at CWRU won a four-year, $1.2M NSF grant to develop flexible nanoscale electronics.

10/24/2012

Paralympics athlete Jennifer French's new book describes how cutting-edge medical technology from the Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation Center allowed her to resume an active life after being paralyzed.