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A CWRU student in an entrepreneurship class came up with creative idea that has turned into a startup: a wristband that replaces all passwords and keys. 


Two 13,000-pound trusses, resurrected from charred ruins of wooden bridge, head home to New Hampshire after spending more than two years at CWRU.


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.