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In The News

7/24/2013

Researchers at CWRU have made the first freely suspended vibrating nanodevices from ultrathin molybdenum disulphide--a 2D material that could rival graphene for many future electronic applications.

7/19/2013

Director of the Coulter-Case Translational Research Partnership Colin Drummond discusses the difference between doing entrepreneurship and teaching it. 

6/24/2013

Researchers from South Korea, CWRU and Univ of North Texas have discovered an inexpensive and easily produced catalyst to replace platinum.

6/21/2013

Two teams led by CWRU awarded $6M in Third Frontier Money: $3M to develop neurostimulation implants and software to restore muscle function lost due to head or spine injuries; and $3M to develop component for breast biopsy imaging systems.

6/21/2013

CWRU, in collaboration with NDI Medical LLC, SPR Therapeutics and Valtronic, has been awarded a $3M grant from the Ohio Third Frontier to commercialize a neurostimulation technology platform for pain and muscle paralysis.

6/20/2013

CWRU is helping explore and advance additive manufacturing in Northeast Ohio.

6/19/2013

CWRU hosted a conference on Utica shale gas development in Ohio

6/19/2013

Amputees may one day regain actual feeling thanks to DARPA and researchers at CWRU who have created a system that can provide sensation to individual fingers.

6/18/2013

CWRU and the National Academy of Engineering team up for a two-day conference focused on the economic, environmental and social implications of shale gas. 

6/18/2013

The EPA's analysis of hydraulic fracking's threat to drinking water won't be completed until 2016, according to a researcher who spoke at the NAE conference hosted by CWRU.