A tiny weapon joins fight against cancer
An engineering alum builds a sensing device from nanotubes and DNA.
Unearthing ‘hidden’ civil engineering collections
Linderman Library gets grant to archive the papers of international engineering legends.
How do you want to learn?
A trio of engineering students at Mountaintop tackle an education problem.
Tackling indoor air pollution
Inside a mud hut, students seek a solution for developing countries.
Lehigh shines at global innovation event
Research teams garner six invitations and take home two awards.
Engineers show off inventions, ingenuity
Seniors cap a yearlong lab with a diverse display in Packard Lab.
A toy story
Shannon Varcoe hopes her wooden building blocks help kids with ADHD.
"They want to stay here and give back"
A sociology student surveys the children of illegal immigration.
Helping youngsters with 3-D printing
A group of students at Mountaintop hope to aid young stroke victims with 3-D-printed devices.
The final word on New Spain's José de Gálvez
His heiresses, says a historian, wrote the lasting legacy of the would-be reformer.
Engineers use nanofabrication advances to improve the sensitivity of nanoplasmonic biosensors.