CWRU researchers find sensory feedback shapes individuality

Hillel Chiel and slug

We can quickly tell from the way someone walks whether that person is young or old, male or female, healthy or sick, because patterns of movement vary from one person to the next. In

CWRU to honor Professor Martha C. Nussbaum with Inamori Ethics Prize Oct. 15

Martha C. Nussbaum, the Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago and a founding president of the Human Development and Capability Association, will be awarded the 2015 Inamori Ethics Prize by

5 questions with… award-winning Sustained Dialogue leader Brittany Chung

Brittany Chung

When then-first-year student Brittany Chung responded to an email from the Office of Multicultural Affairs about a leadership opportunity, she had no idea what the position entailed. Now, three years later, she’s being recognized

Depression risk factors identified for moms with children using life-supporting technology

Depressed woman

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University previously had found that mothers of children dependent on life-supporting medical technology are at risk for depression. In a new study, the researchers discovered factors that significantly contribute

CWRU’s Think Forum speaker series brings leading speakers to campus—for free

Think Forum logo

2015-16 season debuts with new name and venue—and now free The newly renamed Think Forum speaker series at Case Western Reserve University continues the legacy of the historic Town Hall of Cleveland with a 2015-16

New nanomaterial maintains conductivity in three dimensions

Liming Dai headshot

International team seamlessly bonds CNTs and graphene An international team of scientists has developed what may be the first one-step process for making seamless carbon-based nanomaterials that possess superior thermal, electrical and mechanical properties in

Free cybersecurity conference to feature FBI director, other global experts on preventing, responding to attacks

Event marks launch of Cleveland-area public-private consortium to increase information sharing about threats, incidents and overall best practices Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey will be among the speakers Wednesday, Oct. 14, when Northeast

Stephanie Endy named associate VP for research in CWRU’s Office of Research and Technology Management

Stephanie Endy

Case Western Reserve University’s Office of Research and Technology Management (ORTM) has added Associate Vice President for Research Stephanie Endy as a key member to its administrative team. Endy, who began her new position Oct.

$3.73 million federal grant awarded to Case Western Reserve-led education alliance

Program designed to produce more minority students with doctoral degrees in STEM In the last decade, national attention has increasingly focused on improving the path to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers—especially for minority

University celebrates opening of Richey Mixon Building—new home of think[box] innovation hub

Tyler Eston in think[box]

Case Western Reserve’s major space for makers is now a reality. Last week officials, donors and students gathered on the southwest corner of campus to dedicate the Richey Mixon Building, a former storage space since