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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.

Better Materials · Brighter Future

CAMN & CPN: Aligning resources to tackle grand challenges

Meeting the challenges of technological innovation requires a meeting of minds from different fields. The leadership in two of Lehigh University's most renowned technology research centers, have aligned and are now working together.

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In memoriam: Don Smyth and Joe Goldstein

Donald M. Smyth, an expert in defect chemistry of metal oxides and the first director of the Materials Research Center, and Joseph Goldstein, an expert in analytical electron microscopy and the founder of the Lehigh Microscopy School, has passed away.

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Innovators shine at international conference

Lehigh researchers won awards at TechConnect 2015. The awards were for a nanoscale device that captures tumor cells in the blood, a bioengineered enzyme that scrubs microbial biofilms, and an efficient chemical reagent that is stable at room temperature.

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