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Left to right: Alejandro Owen, Lucas Fridman, Prince Ghosh and Nihar Chhatiawala pose as a team after competing for the U.S. Department of Energys (DOE) CleanTech University Prize in Chicago on Thursday, Feb. 8. The research groups Boundary Labs start-up qualified them as for the Allegheny Prize at Carnegie Mellon University and the California Institute of Technology FLOW Prize, both sponsored by the DOE (not pictured: Amit Verma).

Research team advances in U.S. Department of Energy competition

Virginia Behmer, Contributing Reporter February 16, 2018

A Case Western Reserve University research team of undergraduate and graduate students is being recognized at multiple regional competitions for a project which improves the efficiency of wind turbines....

CWRU startup to compete for $1 million

Christopher Nguyen, Contributing Reporter February 26, 2016

CWRU startup CrystalE is aiming to make waves at the upcoming Clean Energy Trust (CET) Challenge, a business pitch competition for $1 million. The contest will take place in April in Chicago and is sponsored...

Health care startup wins big at business competition

Adithi Iyengar, Staff Reporter November 14, 2014

Vineet Erasala, a first-year biomedical engineering and electrical engineering major, has always been interested in how technology has a role in healthcare. From this interest, he and his friends started...

Three CWRU startups selected to participate in prestigious entrepreneurship competition

Mark Patteson, Staff Reporter October 16, 2014

An internal team at the Blackstone Charitable Foundation selected three Blackstone Launchpad venture teams from Case Western Reserve University to participate in their Demo Day, a national entrepreneurship...

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