The algorithm ENVE could be the Google for genetic aberrations — and it comes from Case Western Reserve. The findings about the algorithm that distinguishes “noise” from real evidence, as well as some genetic characteristics of colon cancer in...
23-Jul-2015 9:05 AM EDT
Case Western Reserve is one of three institutions to win federal ‘big data’ grants for developing ways to ensure the integrity and comparability of the reams of U.S. health care information. If successful, the work could lead to insights leading...
15-Jul-2015 10:05 AM EDT
Case Western Reserve researchers have found a new benefit of Kruppel-like Factor 15 (KLF15) — keeping the body in metabolic balance. The findings of the discovery, which appeared last month in the journal Nature Communications, highlight how KLF15...
14-Jul-2015 10:05 AM EDT
FM Tracks, a new digital app designed to help farmers’ markets and local healthy foods initiatives manage and evaluate federal nutrition incentive programs, launches Monday, July 13.
The new technology, created to simplify the collection and...
9-Jul-2015 5:00 PM EDT
3D Views Reveal Intricacies in Intestines That Could Lead to Discoveries for Inflammatory Bowel Disease
A technology whose roots date to the 1800s has the potential to offer an extraordinary new advantage to modern-day medicine. In findings published this month in Nature Communications, Case Western Reserve scientists detail how stereomicroscopy can...
8-Jul-2015 10:05 AM EDT
An Alert for Parents— CWRU Nursing School Researcher Raises Awareness of Flame-Retardant Dangers in Household Products
Parents might be surprised to learn their cellphones, living room sofas, baby carriers, bouncy baby chairs and even some pizza boxes may contain chemicals harmful to young children, according to Case Western Reserve University nursing school...
1-Jul-2015 2:05 PM EDT
In a study published in Science June 12, Case Western Reserve and University of Texas-Southwestern researchers detail how a new drug repaired damage to the colon, liver and bone marrow in animal models — even saving mice who otherwise would have...
9-Jun-2015 5:00 PM EDT
National Eye Institute Awards Case Western Reserve Up to $3.3 Million to Develop Two-Photon Ophthalmoscope
Imagine an instrument that peers deep inside the eye and sees how well the retina’s cells function. The technology would enhance greatly the early detection of eye and other disease. NEI has invested up to $3.3 million to support Case Western...
21-May-2015 3:05 PM EDT
A new book by Case Western Reserve University School of Law Professor Sharona Hoffman details how people can make sure elderly parents or other relatives get the care they need to maintain fulfilling lifestyles and social ties. It’s also a book...
28-May-2015 2:05 PM EDT
24-Mar-2015 12:05 PM EDT
Half a century ago, a concentrated global effort nearly wiped a disfiguring tropical disease from the face of the earth. Now, says Case Western Reserve’s James W. Kazura, MD, it’s time to complete the work.
19-Mar-2015 3:05 PM EDT
10-Sep-2014 4:00 PM EDT
Case Western Reserve Economics Assistant Professor From Ukraine Can Discuss Political/Economic Tensions in His Homeland
3-Mar-2014 1:00 PM EST
A Blue Ribbon panel of former international tribunal prosecutors, international tribunal judges and leading academics, led by Case Western Reserve University Law Professor Michael Scharf and David Crane, former Chief Prosecutor of the Special Court...
26-Sep-2013 4:00 PM EDT
CWRU Law Professor Michael Scharf Is Available to to Journalists Concerning International Law and the Situation in Syria
29-Aug-2013 3:00 PM EDT
The very people Superman could not save were his own creators—Jerry Siegel, the writer, and Joe Shuster, the comic artist.
17-Jun-2013 8:00 AM EDT