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In The News

1/11/2015

A CWRU team of researchers is field-testing their foot-powered cell phone charger in rural villages of Lesotho.

1/10/2015

In an examination of campus doctors and engineers working together, CWRU's Department of Biomedical Engineering is mentioned for its new graduate program in translational health technology.

1/10/2015

At the CES show in Vegas, two startups with ties to CWRU—Everykey and Carbond Origins—took part in a national pitch competition.

1/05/2015

A prosthetic hand that can allow users to feel sensations again, developed at CWRU and the Cleveland VA, is named one of the best inventions of 2014.

1/04/2015

Entrepreneur Jeff Hoffman attends the 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show at CWRU's booths. 

12/30/2014

Meet Philos, a robot caregiver, developed by CWRU researchers.

12/26/2014

CWRU researchers have draped atom-thick layers of semiconducting material over cavities to create new kinds of resonators. 

12/22/2014

LEEDCo was selected to optimzie offshore wind foundation design for fabrication in the U.S., and is partnering with CWRU to conduct lab testing to validate the design.

12/22/2014

LEECo secured a $2.8M federal grant for offshore wind project, and is partnering with CWRU to conduct the lab testing. 

12/19/2014

"Brain Computer Interfaces" is named as one of the top 10 techs that "exploded in 2014," with CWRU's research on restore touch to a prosthetic limb cited as an example.