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    Keck grant funds the study of anti-thermal processes.
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    Alumina nanocomposites may boost the wear resistance of Teflon.
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    Two professors accelerate the push for greener fuel sources.
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    Researchers advance one step closer to the dream of all-optical data transmission.
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    A new, more efficient method of growing titanium oxide-based nanofibers.
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    Volkmar Dierolf leads the way in research that studies materials related to light sources.
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    Testing the toughness of metal and ceramics yields surprising insights.
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    Using ceramic nanoparticles may improve selective laser sintering.
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    Solid state recycling of aluminum chips by extrusion may prove superior.
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    Kai Landskron uses high pressure to crystallize porous material walls.
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    Sabrina Jedlicka and colleagues assess the behavior of neural stem cells.

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Uncovering oxygen's role in red LEDs

Research reveals that the quantity and location of oxygen in GaN can be fine-tuned to improve the optical performance of Eu-doped GaN devices.

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A singular research success and Lehigh first

The Keck Foundation has awarded a $1M grant to study the mechanisms that govern anti-thermal processes that appear to reverse nature.

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Unveiling the nanotube's quantum behavior

Researchers discover an important method for measuring the properties of nanotube materials using a microwave probe.

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