On an arid plateau in the Andes Mountains of southern Bolivia, a Case Western Reserve University researcher flagged what turned out to be the fossil remains of a tortoise nearly 5 feet long—a find indicating
CWRU faculty organize special issue of Embryo Today dedicated to microbiome
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine organized a special issue of Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today dedicated to the
Thomas Jefferson is the only American architect with the distinction of having two of his projects—the University of Virginia and his home, Monticello—land on the United Nations’ list of World Heritage sites.
What’s more, he
Case Western Reserve scientists demonstrate CCL2 activates healing inflammatory immune responses and gene expression
The peripheral nervous system is a vast network of nerves that exists primarily outside of brain and spinal cord and connects
Research ShowCASE 2016 will be held Friday, April 15, in the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center.
Graduate students, post-docs, professional students, faculty and staff must submit their abstracts for Research ShowCASE by Monday, Feb.
A scientist at Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing will lead a pair of studies to develop more effective treatment for symptoms of cystic fibrosis (CF), a life-threatening genetic disease
Man-made changes to the environment may be damaging the immune systems of a species of frog whose populations have drastically declined since the 1970s, according to a new study by researchers at Case Western
In the heat of competition, women value winning more than men.
Women also bid more in auctions than men—but only when competing against other women. Against men, women bid about the same as men competing
Absence of serotonin alters development and function of brain circuits
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine have created the first complete model to describe the role serotonin plays in brain development and
Studies using FastRam will range from tooth decay and art, to combustion and planetary science
Before Case Western Reserve University Professor Ozan Akkus applied for federal funding to build a souped-up version of a chemical