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CWRU researchers draw inspiration from a squid's beak to develop a material for safter, more comfortable medical devices. 


CWRU student entrepreneurs joined a panel on "The Sound of Ideas" to discuss the launch of Blackstone LaunchPad, a joint project to help turn student ideas into business realities.


The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute funded seven projects using 3-D printing in manufacturing, including two involving Case Western Reserve.


CWRU study of BrainGate could help paralyzed patients regain movement


German chemical company Atotech is working with CWRU to develop way to make semiconductors smaller than any on market today.


CWRU spinoff ConservoCare's new device uses nerve stimulation to restore lost bladder control.


In the president's State of the Union address, Obama mentioned the National Additive Manufacturing Innovative Institute, a consortium tasked with improving and expanding U.S manufacturing. CWRU is among the leaders of the consortium.


CWRU adds product lifecycle management to engineering program, teams with PTC and NASA Glenn Research Center.


CWRU student group's "FlyDrive" design project, a flywheel to replace battery in electric and hybrid cars, is in Ohio Clean Energy Challenge semi-finals.


CWRU, University Hospitals and Ohio Thrid Frontier are pooling $6M to create a venture fund aimed at launching a dozen biomedical companies over the next three years.