Researchers’ findings offer promise for the development of new treatments for chronic pain and cancer

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Mapping of the full-length TRPV2 protein structure could advance design of innovative pharmaceutical compounds A team led by researchers at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine has identified a promising new target for the

Four tennis players make it to NCAA Individual Championships

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Four Case Western Reserve University tennis players will return to the NCAA Individual Championships, which begin today (May 26) in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Recent graduates CJ Krimbill and Louis Stuerke will represent the men’s tennis team,

English’s William Marling publishes book 20 years in the making examining world literature

William Marling

In the 1960s, when matchmakers paired writers with receptive readers overseas, so-called “World Literature” was born The spark for William Marling’s new book—Gatekeepers: The Emergence of World Literature and the 1960s—came 20-odd years ago, while

Researchers discover moving, electrically “silent” source initiates brain waves

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Finding may help in understanding memory formation, treating epilepsy 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. The researchers discovered

CWRU leads effort to replace prostheses with engineered cartilage

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Five-year, $6.7 million federal grant for new Center for Multimodal Evaluation of Engineered Cartilage aims to make cartilage knee implants from patients’ cells Case Western Reserve University will open a new center designed to develop

CWRU receives grant to work to reduce gender-based violence on campus

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Case Western Reserve University will launch a nationally recognized violence prevention program this fall after securing a state grant supporting institutions’ efforts to change campus culture. The program, called Green Dot, builds on earlier university

CWRU, Cleveland Museum of Art announce innovative landscape project: The Nord Family Greenway

Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Museum of Art today announced an innovative urban landscape project that will connect the western edge of the university’s main campus to its West Campus parcel, home

CWRU assessing impact of federal overtime announcement

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Case Western Reserve officials are reviewing federal overtime rules announced Wednesday to determine which university employees will be affected—and how. Under the policies Vice President Joe Biden detailed during an event in Columbus, the threshold

70th annual CWRU Book Sale features more than 70,000 items, including extensive rock ‘n’ roll collection

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The 70th anniversary of the annual Case Western Reserve University Book Sale will feature display tables filled with more than 70,000 items—books, prints, maps and atlases, sheet music, CDs, DVDs, records, play scripts and

Baseball team earns bid to compete in NCAA regional tournament; first game to be played today

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Just before the midpoint in the season, the Spartan baseball team was facing an 8-9 record. The young team was playing well, but just couldn’t quite close out games. But, head coach Matt Englander, said,