In The News


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.


CWRU research team's creation of squid-like material could lead to better prosthetics and implants.


A group of scientists from UNIST in Korea and CWRU has developed a new metal-free fuel cell catalyst using edge-halogenated graphene nanoscale platelets as a replacement for expensive platinum-based catalysts.


C&EN editor Maureen Rouhi reviews CWRU's MACRO Frontiers conference and 50th anniversary.


A student-professor team at CWRU has invented a hand-held malaria detector that uses the power of magnets.


A new fuel-cell material that is both cheaper to make and better performing is being developed by a research team of UNIST in South Korea, CWRU and Univ of North Texas. 


A portable, inexpensive vest designed by CWRU researchers could detect cancers before symptoms arise.


A team of researchers, including CWRU, has developed more affordable way to make fuel cells for vehicles: using chemically modified graphene nanoplatelets instead of costly metals like platinum as the electrocatalyst.


Researchers from CWRU, the University of North Texas and South Korea have discovered an inexpensive and easily produced catalyst that performs better than platinum in oxygen-reduction reactions.


Researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science & Tech, CWRU and Univ of North Texas have paved a way for affordable commercialization of fuel cells with efficient metal-free electrocatalysts using edge-halogenated graphene nanoplatelets.