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BME's Efstathios Karathanasis weighs in on Google's nanoparticle diagnostic vision.


In 2009, CWRU researchers developed artificial platelets made of biodegradable polymers that reduce clotting times.


For the first time, scientists have vividly mapped the shapes and textures of high-order modes of Brownian motions. The research was conducted at CWRU.


CWRU scientists have vividly mapped the shapes and textures of high-order modoes of Brownian motions for the first time. 


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.


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. 


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


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. 


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


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