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CWRU student was one of four students to win the Florida East Coast regional contest to compete for the national Global Student Entrepreneur Awards. 


Everykey, a wristband that replaces keys and passwords and was developed by a Case Western Reserve student, takes first place at ProtoTech business pitch competition.


Student entrepreneurs from Case Western Reserve will compete in NYC in the first Blackstone LaunchPad Demo Day. 


Everykey, a wearable devide that wirelessly inlocks devices, won Magnet's first ProtoTech product pitch competition. The device was developed by a student at Case Western Reserve. 


Among the 14 finalists at TechCrunch's Disrupt London, three are focused on international challenges in healthcare, including Disease Diagnostics Group, which has a rapid assessment of malaria device that was developed at Case Western Reserve. 


CWRU researchers have developed a connection between the brain and a prosthetic hand, bringing touch perception back to amputees by reactivating the parts of the brain that produce a sense of touch. 


Disease Diagnostic Group's product, the Rapid Assessment of Malaria device, was developed through research at Case Western Reserve and can diagnose malaria in a second. 


Renovations have begun to turn former storage structure at CWRU into seven-story, 55,000-square-foot space to house think[box], a high-tech playground for students to design and develop prototypes.


CWRU officials broke ground on the new home for innovation center think[box].


CSE's Liming Dai shares his research in synthesis, chemical modification and device fabrication of conjugated polymers and carbon nanomaterials for energy-related and biomedical applications.