Aurelia Honerkamp-Smith and Damien Thévenin envision that the models they produce will apply to multiple cell lines and flow conditions, and will lay the groundwork for future research directions.
Spearheaded by the McDermott lab at Lehigh, the research demonstrates there are more hydrothermal vents in the deep-sea than previously thought and underscores a need for bathymetric mapping to locate them.
In ‘In Search of Home,' Fuller reflects on the experience of losing her home in the Colorado wildfires.
A furniture design course created benches for community use in art galleries.
Learn more about some of the more than 40 new scholars who have joined Lehigh's faculty this year.
Michael Layden turns to the starlet sea anemone to better understand neural development and how the human brain evolved, and potentially improve treatments of central nervous system disorders.
Historian Emily Pope-Obeda explores U.S. deportation practices and their impacts, focusing on the 1920s when deportation “came of age.”
Wu explores Hilbert’s sixth problem to determine which mathematical approach to use in a particular regime.
Paolo Bocchini, Daniel Conus, Brian Davison and their colleagues leverage their collaborative experience in probabilistic modeling to sharpen their focus on catastrophe modeling, a discipline not traditionally explored in academia.
An analysis by Sirry Alang, associate professor of sociology and health, medicine, and society, suggests a new framework for dismantling white supremacy in public health.