Online program reduces bullying behavior in schools, tests show

Jane Timmons-Mitchell

Behaviors that enable bullying—a significant public health problem for adolescents nationally—were reduced among students who completed a new online anti-bullying program, according to a new study from Case Western Reserve University. “Part of convincing schools

Hartwell Foundation names CWRU among its Top 10 Biomedical Research Centers; grants award to autism researcher

Hoonkyo Suh

The Hartwell Foundation, a Memphis-based philanthropic institution committed to funding innovative biomedical pediatrics research, has named Case Western Reserve University among its national Top 10 Centers of Biomedical Research. The prestigious designation allows Case Western

CWRU researcher to turn plant virus shells against human cancers

Nicole Steinmetz

A Case Western Reserve University researcher has been awarded more than $3 million in federal and foundation grants to turn common plant viruses into cancer sleuths and search-and-destroy emissaries. Nicole Steinmetz, an assistant professor of

Changes in heart activity may signal epilepsy

EKG with stethoscope

Pronounced alterations in heart rate variability may contribute to sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) Doctors have long characterized epilepsy as a brain disorder, but researchers at Case Western Reserve University have found that part

Millennials admit to being narcissists—but don’t you dare call them that

Young woman taking a selfie with phone

So-called millennials consider their generation the most narcissistic ever. Older generations agree—but think the narcissism goes even beyond what millennials admit. For millennials (adults born between 1980 and 1994, and also known as “Generation Y”), this

Efforts to destroy ISIS have permanently changed international law, legal researcher concludes

Michael Scharf

International law authority examines right to use force in self-defense against threats within a nation that can’t or won’t stop terror attacks An urgent need to respond with force to the Islamic State of Iraq

Four professors selected for Faculty Distinguished Research Award

headshots of CWRU Faculty Distinguished Research Award winners 2016

More than 1,000 stakeholders and community members are expected to visit Research ShowCASE April 15 to see the latest innovations from faculty and students at Case Western Reserve University. Among them: Four of the

Get free statistical consulting at Research ShowCASE April 15

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The Center for Statistical Research, Computing, and Collaboration will offer free statistical consulting sessions at Research ShowCASE Friday, April 15, at the Veale Convocation, Recreation and Athletic Center. Consulting sessions will be available in 10-minute

High school researchers at CWRU honored in 2016 Intel Science Talent Search

Kavya Ravichandran, a student at Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, was honored last month for her work with Case Western Reserve University researchers. She finished third in the innovation category at the 2016 Society

Research finds mindfulness in the workplace improves employee focus, attention, behavior

Christopher Lyddy

Mindfulness is often viewed as either a touchy-feely fad or valuable management tool that can lift an entire workplace. A new comprehensive analysis of mindfulness research, co-directed by a management scientist at Case Western Reserve