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Taking next step in sexual assault research
CRISPR: More than just for gene editing?
New technology delivers genome editing complexes directly to stem cells
AI at Case Western Reserve lab predicts which pre-malignant breast lesions will progress to invasive cancer
New study: Giving up car keys could lead to social isolation for older adults
Microsoft HoloLens meets ‘Unicorn of sea’
How do interactions between gut bacteria and fungi exacerbate Crohn’s disease?
Long road of recovery after spinal cord damage
CollaMedix-biotech startup founded with technology invented at Case Western Reserve and University Hospitals-reaches exclusive licensing agreement
Major NIH Grant Will Support Early Diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease Via Skin Testing
Case Western Reserve University part of a multi-million-dollar grant to combat opioid epidemic
Helping children return to school after traumatic brain injury focus of new $2.2M CDC research grant
Fight against mosquito bite
How seniors perceive oral health may make all difference whether they will seek treatment, according to study
Taking stock of ‘unicorn’ companies: A good idea or a Trojan horse?
Digging deeper into liquid crystals
Preparing practitioners for frontlines of opioid crisis
New research: Spend more on transitional housing and teens in foster care are less likely to be homeless, jailed
Study: Children ‘aging out’ of foster care able to cope with childhood emotional abuse with higher self-esteem
Driving dental care into neighborhood
Study: Want more investors for your startup? Better make an impassioned pitch
Case Western Reserve University and Akouos sign exclusive licensing agreement to advance development of gene therapy technology as a potential…
Researchers gaining a better understanding of perpetrators of intimate partner violence
Bringing artificial intelligence to cancer care
Using ionic liquid capsules to capture carbon dioxide from air
Keeping do-it-yourself gene science safe
Sweating is a clue into who develops PTSD-and who doesn’t
Case Western Reserve ‘spinout’ company, Convelo Therapeutics, partners with Genentech to develop medicines for neurological disorders
Study finds lower stress, depression levels in mothers of children with autism by improving relationships