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11/15/2012

Team of researchers, including ones from CWRU, have created new polymer lens that uses "GRIN" technology to mimic hyman eye.

11/15/2012

Thanks to a $30M federal grant, the Cleveland-to-Pitssbruch TechBelt, including CWRU, now boasts a national research center for high-tech manufacturing.

11/14/2012

CWRU research collaboration has created a new artificial lens that is nearly identical to the natural lens of the human eye.

11/14/2012

This fall, CSE launched a master's program in wireless health, just months after graduating its first certificate class in the burgeoning field.

11/14/2012

A multilayered polymer lens inspired by the human eye and developed by scientists at CWRU, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the U.S. Naval Research Lab and PolymerPlus could provide more natural alternative to implantable eye lenses and consumer vision products.

11/13/2012

CWRU offers graduate programs in wireless health in San Diego.

11/13/2012

Research team, including CWRU, created new artificial lens that is nearly identifcal to natural lens of human eye.

11/13/2012

New technology developed by CWRU, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, US Naval Research Lab and PolymerPlus allows for fabrication of lenses that work just like the ones in our eyes.

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.