Case alumni committed early and big to the vision of a $300 million research building on Case Quad.
As the era of artificial intelligence dawns, Cal Al-Dhubaib is ready to help us meet the startling new
normal. We’re going to need him.
Introducing our 2022 award winners
Case researchers will soon have access to way more computing power.
And physicists know how to have fun.
Karl Zender ’59, PhD, started his career with a degree in physics from Case and ended as a professor emeritus of English. How did that happen?
Using science developed at Case, a technology company aims to make Cleveland a hub of polymer manufacturing.
A conversation with an All-American
Scholar athletes grow in number at CWRU.
Chemistry professor helped discover a way to block the spread of the coronavirus.
Case faculty hope to help local factories adopt new technologies.
How a non-traditional software engineer made her minor a career.
Brian Taylor, a trumpet-playing
biological engineer, finds that jazz
and engineering share a tempo.
Alumnus is helping NASA launch a fleet of mini rovers to explore new worlds.