- Aug. 1, 2016
Kiju Lee has been awarded a $100,000 National Academies Keck Futures Initiative grant for her work in the collaboration between music, engineering and science.
- Jul. 26, 2016
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology have shown that the drug candidate phenanthriplatin can be more effective than an approved drug in vivo, and that a plant-virus-based carrier successfully delivers a drug in vivo.
- Jul. 25, 2016
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have combined tissues from a sea slug with flexible 3-D printed components to build “biohybrid” robots that crawl like sea turtles on the beach.
- Jul. 21, 2016
Janet Gbur, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has won the ASM International Student Paper Contest for her paper entitled “Fatigue and Fracture of Wires and Cables for Biomedical Applications.”
- Jul. 20, 2016
A CWRU professor has recieved a grant to develop a system for more efficient cancer surgeries as well as the causes of residual disease.
- Jul. 6, 2016
Microsoft HoloLens technology has the potential to revolutionize the way curriculum is delivered across multiple disciplines.
- Jul. 5, 2016
Rigoberto Advincula has been awarded a grant to design knotted polymers that could give rise to different physical and chemical properties of materials.
- Jun. 14, 2016
Researchers from around the world will perform the largest fire-safety experiment ever in space when the unmanned Cygnus cargo module backs a safe distance from the International Space Station (ISS), scheduled for this afternoon (June 14).
- May. 31, 2016
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University discovered a new way that brain waves spread through the hippocampus—a possible step toward understanding and treating epilepsy.
- May. 10, 2016
Francesca Fabe, a senior at Beaumont High School in Cleveland Heights doing research in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve, has earned honors at two local science fairs for her work in investigating the fatigue behavior of stranded cables used in biomedical engineering applications.
- Apr. 20, 2016
Five Case Western Reserve University junior faculty members, including four Case School of Engineering faculty members, have been awarded National Science Foundation CAREER grants, bringing more than $2.5 million for research to campus.
- Apr. 18, 2016
A Case Western Reserve University researcher has been awarded more than $3 million in federal and foundation grants to turn common plant viruses into cancer sleuths and search-and-destroy emissaries.
- Apr. 15, 2016
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have found that part of the autonomic nervous system functions differently in epilepsy during the absence of seizures.
- Apr. 7, 2016
Physicists and engineers at Case Western Reserve University have developed an optical sensor that’s 1 million times more sensitive than the current best available—one capable of identifying a single lightweight molecule in a highly dilute solution.
- Apr. 6, 2016
- Mar. 31, 2016
CWRU researchers took to the stage to show how Microsoft HoloLens can transform learning
- Feb. 29, 2016
A new way to analyze MRI data may provide women diagnosed with estrogen positive-receptor (ER-positive) breast cancer answers far faster than current tests and, due to its expected low cost, open the door to this kind of testing worldwide.
- Feb. 24, 2016
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University may have found a new way information is communicated throughout the brain, which could lead to identifying possible new targets to investigate brain waves.
- Feb. 17, 2016
A researcher at Case Western Reserve University is developing a low-cost, portable prototype designed to detect tainted medicines and food supplements that otherwise can make their way to consumers. The technology can authenticate good medicines and supplements.
- Feb. 16, 2016
The State of Ohio’s Federal Research Network (FRN) awarded Case Western Reserve University $1.65 million over two years to research and develop energy storage resources for the defense and aerospace industries.
- Feb. 10, 2016
CWRU to develop solar energy solutions, more resilient electrical grid as part of Department of Energy project
Case Western Reserve University will participate in a three-year collaborative research project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative to develop solar energy storage solutions and a more resilient, secure national electrical grid.
- Feb. 4, 2016
Anant Madabhushi has been awarded two U.S. patents for inventing a method for classifying potentially vulnerable plaques.
- Jan. 26, 2016
Research ShowCASE 2016 will be held Friday, April 15, in the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center.
- Jan. 19, 2016
Two student researchers in the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering were recipients of the 2015 Choose Ohio First Scholarship.
- Jan. 12, 2016
CWRU professor Ozan Akkus is turning a Raman microscope into a device that can provide images of materials in seconds to minutes, allowing researchers to analyze dynamic processes such as chemical reactions as they occur.
- Jan. 8, 2016
Anant Madabhushi, professor of biomedical engineering and director of the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD), and his team were issued three patents in digital pathology and computer-assisted disease prognosis.
- Jan. 5, 2016
A research team from the CWRU biomedical engineering department teams up with other researchers to develop a new method to attacking tumors.
- Dec. 23, 2015
Ohio Third Frontier Commission approves funding for four early-stage technology companies being developed at CWRU
Four early-stage tech companies at Case Western Reserve University each will receive $50,000 from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission to further develop and bring their products to the marketplace.
- Dec. 22, 2015
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have developed flexible wire-shaped microsupercapacitors that can be woven into a jacket, shirt or dress.
- Dec. 21, 2015
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University and the Seidman Cancer Center at University Hospitals Case Medical Center presented new research findings at the 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology.
- Dec. 15, 2015
A Case Western Reserve University researcher has received a five-year, $2.82 million National Institutes of Health grant to make stealth bombs that slip past the brain’s defenses to attack an incurable form of cancer.
- Dec. 15, 2015
Case Western Reserve University researchers were awarded a $1.4 million U.S. Department of Energy grant to develop software to perform virtual energy audits to assess energy efficiency of buildings.
- Dec. 15, 2015
Case Western Reserve University researchers have been awarded two grants to create analytic software for handling digital pathology imaging data.
- Dec. 8, 2015
Case Western Reserve University’s Institute for Functional Restoration (IFR) and Synapse Biomedical Inc. have entered a partnership to commercialize fully implantable systems that restore muscle function in paralyzed patients.
- Dec. 1, 2015
A new $2.48 million federal grant will allow engineering and nursing researchers at Case Western Reserve University to test avatar-based technology that helps users make end-of-life decisions before an emergency.
- Nov. 23, 2015
EECS PhD candidate receives best student presentation award from Ohio chapter of the American Vacuum Society
A PhD candidate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, won the best student presentation award at the American Vacuum Society Ohio Chapter meeting in October.
- Nov. 11, 2015
A grant from the National Institutes of Health will allow researchers at Case Western Reserve University and Harvard University to build a microfactory that creates a formula to produce joint cartilage.
- Oct. 24, 2015
Scientists at Case Western Reserve University and collaborators at University of Massachusetts-Amherst and University of Missouri-Kansas City unveil Gecko Hamaker
- Feb. 20, 2015
PBS science correspondent Miles O’Brien—an amputee himself—discusses next-generation prosthetic systems with Dustin Tyler.
- Jan. 13, 2014
$540,000 federal grant to devise methods for structures tailored to deliver medicines to tumors or carry dyes for imagine.