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EECS's Philip Feng weighs in on the methodology that best fits 2D-material fabrication. 


Young women interested in STEM will be encouraged, educated and empowered to dream big about the Internet of Things on CWRU's campus.


In a round-up of the IEDM conference, EE Journal reviews CWRU research in one of the first attempts to investigate the properties of 2D materials on 2D structures for building NEMS membranes. 


CWRU researchers have shown that an inexpensive metal-free catalyst performs as well as costly metal catalysts at speeding oxygen reduction reaction in acidic fuel cell. 


The CWRU think[box] approach to making is open access for all.


DARPA has selected eight teams, including CWRU, to advance the development of next-generation, state-of-the-art upper-limb prostheses.


CWRU teamed with Hong Kong University to develop an Atlas robot for the DARPA Robotics Challenge. 


CWRU has partnered with rp+m to convert laser hotwire welding technique into 3D printing process, and working together on an on-campus 3D printing R&D facility. 


CWRU researchers have developed a metal-free catalyst that can be used in fuel cells.


Bionic arms that can communicate with the brain are under development and five years away from human testing. Pilot studies of nerve-prosthetic interfaces at CWRU and the University of Utah have been promising.