Several Lehigh students were recognized at the David and Loraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 6.
Researchers discover an enhanced reaction rate when gold and palladium nanoparticles are placed on a conductive support.
Brown’s research seeks to hijack bacteria’s machinery to develop targeted drug delivery and combat antibiotic resistance.
A beloved instructor, Grassi taught courses in all four years of chemical engineering education.
Steven McIntosh and his colleagues have demonstrated the utility of biomineralization to realize benign synthesis of functional materials for use in the energy sector.
Jagota and his team seek to improve friction of soft materials.
Studying colloidal crystallization, Lehigh scientists show that kinetic effects may be unable to fully explain the appearance of structural transformations and that surface thermodynamics can be critical for driving transformations between crystal structures.
The lecture will begin at 2:30 pm on March 20 in the Governor’s Suite of Iacocca Hall.