CWRU launches new course, “Energy, Engineering & Entrepreneurship”

With the support of a two-year grant from the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), the Case School of Engineering, Weatherhead School of Management and Great Lakes Energy Institute (GLEI) have begun an

Scientists discover ”leaky gut” as a source of non-AIDS complications in HIV-positive patients

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Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection is no longer a fatal condition, thanks to newer medications inhibiting the retrovirus, but a puzzling phenomenon has surfaced among these patients: non-AIDS complications. Scientists at Case Western Reserve University

Nursing school to launch new MOOC on health care quality improvement

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“Take the Lead on Health Care Quality Improvement”—a new free massive open online course (MOOC) offered this fall by Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing—targets ways frontline health care workers

Upcoming global forum to show how businesses can go beyond sustainability

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Next month, Case Western Reserve hosts the third edition of its regular international gatherings to explore and share ways the private sector can improve profits and also advance positive outcomes for individuals, communities and

CWRU wins grant to improve lifetime performance of ceramic fuel cells

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Fuel cells generate electricity from fuels more efficiently and with fewer emissions per watt than burning fossil fuels. But as fuel cells age, their efficiency decreases. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University received an $800,000

CWRU psychologist offers tips for a better night’s sleep

Natalie Staats Reiss, a licensed psychologist in University Counseling Services at Case Western Reserve University, offers tips to help anyone get a better night’s rest—especially college students adjusting to a new environment and bed. First,

Study finds women seek anti-aging clinicians to receive more personalized care, “natural” treatments for menopausal symptoms

Feeling that conventional doctors did not take their suffering seriously, women instead sought out hormonal treatments for menopausal symptoms from anti-aging clinicians, according to a Case Western Reserve University study that investigated the appeal

5 questions with…National Chess Master Gabe Ewing

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Earlier this summer, senior Gabe Ewing traveled to Arlington, Va., for the 2014 World Open chess tournament. Though he arrived with low expectations for success, he emerged from the seven-day competition a National Chess

Radiology’s Mark Griswold earns medical school’s top honor

Dean Davis and Mark Griswold with Case Western Reserve Medal of Excellence in Health Science Innovation

Throughout his career, radiology professor Mark Griswold, PhD, has earned accolades for research and innovations in the field of imaging. Among many other breakthroughs, Griswold has contributed toward developing a robotically guided heart catheter

University remembers facilities employee Chris Malloy

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Friends and loved ones remembered Case Western Reserve employee Christopher “Chris” A. Malloy Sr. Wednesday during services at Blessed Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Cleveland. A skilled trades worker specializing in HVAC (heating, ventilation