News 2006

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Chris Kiely Tops in Nanotech
Chris Kiely, professor of materials science and engineering, was one of 14 researchers worldwide in 2005 to receive Nano 50 Awards from Nanotech Briefs. more >
Enhanced control Enhanced control through algorithms
The control of systems, Mayuresh Kothare likes to say, is not only an enabling technology, but an invisible discipline as well. . more >
Q_and_A Alice Gast Q&A - Alice Gast: Enlisting new researchers for global challenges - A grand mission
Alice Gast became Lehigh's 13th president on Aug. 1, 2006. An expert in surface and interfacial phenomena, Gast served previously as vice president for research at MIT and as professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at Stanford and its Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory . more >
Anand Jagota DNA-CNT: A hefty hybrid for carbon nanotubes
Since their discovery in 1991, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have captured the public imagination.These scrolls of graphite are much too tiny to be seen, but they are stronger than diamonds. more >
nano-side2006.jpg Nano for cleaner air, curing disease, more
In addition to the NIRT grant for the collaboration with MIT, Cornell and DuPont, Lehigh this year received one other NIRT grant and two one-year awards through NSF's Nanoscale Exploratory Research (NER) program. more >


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