A team of Lehigh researchers works to better understand the mechanical properties of the von Willebrand Factor.
Santiago Herrera seeks to understand the processes that shape population connectivity patterns in deepwater corals in the Gulf of Mexico.
Christopher Liang and Nicole L. Johnson explore the impacts of gender role socialization on health and culture.
Ahmed S. Rahman examines the impact of lower-skilled immigrants on wage distributions in U.S. labor markets.
Trumpeter Bill Warfield pays tribute to his late mentor, Lew Soloff—a man he says made his life in music possible.
Marketers have for decades worked on brand anthropomorphism in an effort to build a stronger connection with consumers. Marina Puzakova’s work explores what happens when they succeed.
Lehigh researchers’ work in foundational optimization aims to improve our ability to learn from massive amounts of data.
Yue Yu develops a mathematical model of the damage process of bioprosthetic heart valves to better understand the damage process over time.
R. Michael Burger and his team ask: How do neurons know what type of sound frequency to detect?
Alison Mickel examines the limiting labor practices of modern archaeological excavations.