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The pages to read on how Ohio became a pivotal state in national politics over the past decade are found in "Ohio Politics," edited by Case Western Reserve University political scientist Alexander P. Lamis. The book is the only comprehensive study of the state's post-World War II political development.
More than 500 people submitted their thoughts, dreams and inspirations to conceptual artist Carl Pope's "The Mind of Cleveland" project. These submissions will become part of a poster-mural artwork for the university's Humanities Week on "Cityscapes" in March 2008.
NASA has selected Case Western Reserve University geophysicist Steven A. Hauck II as one of 23 "participating scientists" to join a team collecting and analyzing data from the MESSENGER mission to Mercury.
Case Western Reserve University led Ohio universities, hospitals and research institutes by collecting $30.2 million in licensing revenues over the last three years, according to the recently released U.S. Licensing Survey for fiscal year 2006 by the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM). The university also led the Ohio field last year. The 2006 results are the latest statistics available from AUTM.
Researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine's Center for Global Health & Diseases have published novel findings indicating new antibodies inhibit infection by the Plasmodium vivax (P. vivax) malaria parasite.
Case Western Reserve University's new Great Lakes Institute for Energy Innovation received a large boost on Tuesday, December 18, with the awarding of a $3.6 million grant from The Cleveland Foundation.
In a letter to the campus community, President Barbara R. Snyder celebrates fall semester achievements and looks ahead to the new Strategic Plan in 2008.
The National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center based at Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine has received renewed grants amounting to up to more than $27.5 million over the next five years to fund the continual efforts of the center, where any suspected case of prion disease -- such as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) -- is reported, characterized and tested, as well as prion research.
The 15 students enrolled in a pilot course at Case Western Reserve University's Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences are taking to the streets like ace reporters to capture stories from the world of social work.
Darin Croft of Case Western Reserve University, John Flynn of the American Museum of Natural History and Andre R. Wyss from the University of California Santa Barbara report the discovery of fossils of an 18-million-year-old armored mammal describe their find in the featured article for the "Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology."
Case Western Reserve University and the Holden Arboretum have entered a three-year renewable affiliation to create a highly competitive national and international graduate research program in plant sciences and ecology.
Employees of Case Western Reserve University and some of its University Circle neighbors may not be in new homes for the holidays, but they could be in new homes in the next years thanks to a grant from the Cleveland Foundation to revitalize and expand what started as the university's homebuyer assistance program.
In researching diseases such as cancer and multiple sclerosis, immunologists mostly have had to observe static immune cells in laboratories -- until now. Alex Huang, a pediatric oncologist with the Department of Pediatrics at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, is using advanced laser technology and computer software to capture 3-D, high definition movies of cell interaction in real life -- and in real time.
Case Western Reserve University today announced new support for a financial aid study designed to examine the effectiveness of a college access program for low-income students. A $1.2 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will help support the research of Eric P. Bettinger, associate professor of economics at the Weatherhead School of Management.
Turning Technologies, Inc., a Youngstown-based interactive response systems developer, tops the 2007 Weatherhead 100, the annual list of the fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio.
The estate of Gertrude Donnelly Hess, one of two women to graduate from the Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 1934, has bequeathed approximately $5.7 million to the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, the largest bequest by a single donor in the university's long history.
Based on a decade of discovery and success in the field of inflammation and vascular injury, the research work of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Professor Daniel Simon has been rewarded with a prestigious grant from the National Institutes of Health's National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.