The College of Education's George J. DuPaul, Lee Kern, Bridget V. Dever and the College of Business's Shin-Yi Chou will collaborate on the research.
A new method from Lehigh's Xiaoji Xu significantly improves ability to characterize the electrical property of surface potential of nanomaterials.
Wonpil Im creates the program where the models can be accessed.
The disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is raising questions about the resiliency of the nation’s electricity infrastructure.
Zhang explores IT’s potential to eventually replace higher-skilled workers.
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Lehigh engineers have characterized the thermal energy conversion mechanism in the lattice of an advanced nanomaterial called chalcogenide perovskite and demonstrated its 'tunability'―important for its potential use in solar energy generation.
Community college program proves effective in strengthening entrepreneurial and STEM skills of students―largely women, minorities and immigrants.
Yang examines the unintended consequences of an air traffic modernization project on babies’ birth weight.
Hannah Dailey ’02 ’06G ’09G seeks to bridge the gap in clinicians’ ability to predict how quickly bones heal.