By: Shivani Parikh
Brittney Bunn’s passion for science began in a high school classroom in Barberton, Ohio—and now it’s taken her all the way across the country to a national conference in Ventura, Calif., where
Foam-like polymer/clay composite offers an array of potential applications, from packaging hazardous materials to possible oil-spill cleanup solution
Compadre, a company best known for transit packaging solutions, obtained an exclusive license to pursue commercial
Earlier this month, a large proportion of the university community received emails regarding online compliance training in such subjects as ethics, diversity and fraud. Some wondered whether the emails were spam. Some feared they
In 2010, two Case Western Reserve University graduate students launched the Brite Winter festival to celebrate the season. Four years later, the annual free arts and musical event has grown significantly—attracting some 20,000 people
This month, Henry “Hank” Hill appears on Cleveland Magazine’s list of “20 Most Eligible Singles,” alongside a professional hockey player, local celebrities and…his daughter.
For perhaps the first time in the magazine’s history, it featured
Possible explanation for “withdrawal into self,” a characteristic of the disorder
New research from Case Western Reserve University and University of Toronto neuroscientists finds that the brains of children with autism generate more information at
Alexis Ohanian, founder of the popular social networking and entertainment website reddit.com, will discuss and sign his new book, Without Their Permission, during a national book tour stop at Case Western Reserve University on
By Jack Behrend
Now in his third year at Case Western Reserve University, Al Rodriguez is like many college students: He works hard in classes, relaxes with his fraternity brothers and enjoys spending time on
Mathematics can explain how light waves propagate in a fiber optic cable or that a linear flow of air over a plane’s wings gives passengers a smooth ride, while nonlinear flow causes turbulence.