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10/09/2012

Using technology first developed by CLiPS, CWRU researchers have developed technology aimed at making an optical disc that holds 1 to 2 terabytes of data.

10/09/2012

Four colleges, including CWRU, join to help manufacturers grow in northern Ohio.

10/09/2012

Four area higher ed institutions, including CWRU, are working with the Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network (MAGNET) to help NE Ohio become a leader in advanced manufacturing.

10/09/2012

Researchers at CWRU have developed new technology to produce an improved optical disc that can hold between 1 and 2 terabytes.

10/09/2012

MAGNET partners with four area higher education partners, including CWRU, to provide small to midsize manufactuerers in NE Ohio with resources to help them develop new products and technologies.

10/01/2012

CWRU secured a $3.8 million federal grant to steer an international effort to build wind turbine blades and solar panels from biomaterials.

10/01/2012

Researchers at CWRU have developed a nanotech system for locating metastases in a model of breast cancer much earlier in the disease than was possible with current methods.

10/01/2012

CWRU researchers have designed a chain of iron oxide particles that can highlight metastatic tumors.

9/28/2012

Two computer programming CWRU students and a CIA graduate who created an award-winning smartphone app, called "Budget It Yourself," showcased their work in Washington, D.C.

9/27/2012

Research assistant professor Joseph Potkay's artificial lung is reviewed in this article about options for COPD patients.