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


A CWRU team developed nanochains that target metastases before their transformation into new tissues and detect their sites with help of MRI.


On 50th anniversary of the Jetsons, scientists, including CSE professors LaShanda Korley and Clare Rimnac, weigh in on how the cartoon inspired interest in science.


Researchers at the University of Houston and CWRU have developed a graphene-polymer nanocomposite that kills surface bacteria.


In an exploration of fracking and earthquakes, civil engineering chair David Zeng says fault lines that cause earthquakes are located deeper underground than oil and gas wells for fracking.


A $30 million grant promises to transform the rustbelt into the new center of the U.S. high tech manufacturing renaissance via the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute.


CWRU's three wind turbines help power local businesses.


CWRU remained in the national top 10 this year in Washington Monthly's annual rankings of colleges that contribute to the best interests of students and the country.


Scientists at CWRU have developed a targeted delivery and controlled release system for small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) based on polymer-linked biodegradeable hydrogels that could be used for tissue regeneration or cancer therapy.


Speaking at the ACS conference, BME's Erin Lavik explains how nanoparticles that mimic platelets could help stop internal bleeding at scene of accident.