A bridge in Hellertown, Pennsylvania rehabilitated by a group of Lehigh engineering students in 1994 has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Lehigh’s Design Labs help shape the next generation of space pioneers through experiential learning.
His project, “Controlling Non-Specific Peptide Degradation in Hydrogels,” is funded with a $200,000 award from the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Initiation.
Reichmanis is researching materials that could create stretchable polymer semiconductors.
Scott Willoughby ’89 helped lead development of the most powerful and complex space telescope ever launched.
Several Lehigh students were recognized at the David and Loraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 6.
A special issue of the Rossin College’s research magazine, Resolve, highlights pioneering faculty and a new generation of Lehigh women excelling in engineering research and scholarship.
Lehigh University received a $204,000 grant that will be used to engage more undergraduate women in engineering research over the next several years.