Evan John Musterman's research is at the forefront of laser-fabricated single crystal architectures in glass. He is one of 80 students to receive the highly competitive award through the Office of Science Graduate Student Research program.
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.
Chow and her team have demonstrated a new method to create continuous, highly organized scaffolds for tissue regeneration.
Joshua Agar’s AI technique has allowed him and his team to identify and visualize geometrically driven differences in ferroelectric domain switching, an important advancement for next-generation computing.
Lesley Chow and her team present a new 3D printing platform to fabricate multi-component scaffolds that “steal from nature” to engineer tissues organized like native tissues.
The professor emeritus of materials science and engineering passed away peacefully in July 2019.
The Lehigh students and one recent alumna are among the 2,051 students offered fellowships in 2019.
Slowly adding heat during atomic layer deposition while using an electron beam to monitor the process, Nicholas Strandwitz is helping technology to continue to shrink.
Experiments show electric field can modify silicate glass, causing parts to melt while remaining solid elsewhere; discovery suggests heat in glass could be produced on a very fine scale, could point to performance challenges for devices where glass is used, or could be employed for superior molding and shaping with much less energy