The Observer

Inventions at the third annual HackCWRU included a lightbulb that synchronizes to its holders heartbeat, a genetic simulator for children, and a set of clothing for a couple that light up brighter as they get closer to each other. The event was open to high schoolers, current CWRU students and alumni.

HackCWRU brings student inventors together for 36-hour marathon

Kushagra Gupta, Opinions Editor February 19, 2016
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Upcoming Link-State technology conference will allow students, professionals to network

Mark Patteson, Staff Reporter October 2, 2015

“Come for an hour. Come for all nine. Come in your PJs. Come in your dapper suit. Or come in your Formal Hoodie. Come to learn about technology,” says an announcement for the Case Western Reserve University’s...

Over the weekend, techies united to work on their projects for 36 straight hours at CWRUs Hackathon.

Sleep-deprived tech inventions

Nardine Taleb, Staff Reporter February 13, 2015

Hackathon’s innovations last weekend were an assorted bunch; an Iron Man Simulator, an app called “Oh” that warns the user if their phone is still on when they approach a classroom, and an image...

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