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11/14/2014

An engineering student inventor at CWRU benefits from the latest addition to the region's innovation ecosystem: the IP Venture Clinic at CWRU's School of Law, an uncommon clinic that offers critical legal services to young and under-funded inventors.

11/14/2014

Researchers from UC Santa Barbara and CWRU have developed synthetic platelet-like nanoparticles that can be injected near a wound to act like natural platelets in helping to treat it. 

11/14/2014

Everykey, a wristband developed by a CWRU student, replaces keys and passwords to thwart hackers.

11/13/2014

NOPEC is enhancing consumer control of energy costs, including a new system designed by Intwine Connect and CWRU that allows customers to control their heating, air conditioning and lighting remotely with a smart phone. 

11/13/2014

Researchers from CWRU and the Cleveland VA have brought a sense of touch to prosthetic hands. 

11/13/2014

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara and CWRU have created nanoparticles that mimic the body's own blood platelets to accelerate the natural healing process.

11/12/2014

A CWRU team attached sensors to a bionic hand and fitted 'cuffs' around the patient's remaining nerves in the arm, which were capable of delivering electronic stimulation in order to restore a sense of touch.

11/12/2014

Prosthetics are getting more intelligent, including one developed at CWRU that restores a sense of touch.

11/11/2014

This year, the Prayers from Maria Children's Glioma Cancer Research Foundation awarded its largest grant to CWRU's James Basilion, who is exploring nanotechnology for more-targeted chemotherapy delivery systems. 

11/11/2014

Prosthetics have come a long way. CWRU and Cleveland VA researchers have connected with nerve bundles on the arm to produce a sense of touch on 20 spots of a prosthetic hand.