Professor urges Congress for more electrochemical basic research funds

Daniel Scherson

A Case Western Reserve University chemistry professor was one of just a select few national energy experts invited to testify before a U.S. House subcommittee Wednesday. His message: More federal spending on the basic science

New journal launched by CWRU researchers publishes first articles two months ahead of schedule

Cover of Pathogens and Immunity

Pathogens and Immunity, a new medical journal launched by four leading researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, has published its first articles. The open access journal starting receiving manuscript submissions almost

Engineering’s Rigoberto C. Advincula gives talk at TECHCONNECT 2016, participates in press conference on solar airplane

Rigoberto C. Advincula, professor of macromolecular science and engineering, was an invited speaker at TECHCONNECT 2016 in Washington, D.C. The event, which was held in May, is considered the premier nanotechnology and business innovation conference. With

Political Science’s Karen Beckwith writes about likely gender gap in presidential election

Political Science’s Karen Beckwith writes about likely gender gap in presidential election

Karen Beckwith, the Flora Stone Mather Professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, wrote about the gender gap in voter turnout in an article titled “Gender gap dooms Trump” for philly.com. In her

Law’s Juscelino F. Colares gives presentations around the world

Law’s Juscelino F. Colares gives presentations around the world

Juscelino F. Colares, the Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Law, has given a number of presentations around the world in the past few months. His presentations include: “Climate Change Mitigation and Trade Rules: The Opportunities and

Pathology’s Parameswaran Ramakrishnan gives presentation at Mexican Society of Immunology meeting

Parameswaran Ramakrishnan

Parameswaran Ramakrishnan, assistant professor in the Department of Pathology, gave a special invited presentation in April at the 40th anniversary conference of the Mexican Society of Immunology in Zacatecas, Mexico. Ramakrishnan was the only representative of CWRU

American Library Association publishes book based on 2014 Kelvin Smith Library colloquium; staff serve as co-editors

The American Library Association recently published a new book based upon a 2014 colloquium organized by and held at Kelvin Smith Library. The new book, Forging the Future of Special Collections, was co-edited by Melissa

English’s William Marling pens piece on Neustadt Prize

English Professor William Marling penned an article about the Neustadt Prize, a biennial award that recognizes international literature, for World Literature Today. In his article, titled “The Neustadt Prize and the Framing Effect,” Marling explains how

Psoriasis researcher Nicole Ward marks multiple firsts in her latest presentation

Nicole Ward gives Farber Lecture

When Nicole Ward stepped on stage to give a talk to one of her professional organizations, she was thinking about the speech—not the pioneering gesture taking the podium would be. It had a catchy main

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