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The research of George Nation III, professor of finance, was cited several times in the Texas Supreme Court's majority decision.

New method improves upon common spectroscopic imaging technique: scattering-type scanning near-field optical microscopy (s-SNOM) makes it possible to obtain polaritonic, mechanical and electrical information simultaneously with one measurement.

Professor Holona Ochs' research on voter disenfranchisement cited in court case. 

Grant supports development of “LEGO-like” power electronics systems with high-performance modular power converters.

First study to identify deficiencies in learning and memory in a hybrid of any species could provide new clues to hybrids’ selective disadvantage.

Innovative microfluidic device could help detect metastasis earlier, guide therapeutic decisions and predict overall survival.

The Institutes build upon existing strengths in areas in which Lehigh can make broad societal impact. 

Professor Holona Ochs shares her perspective about the potential impacts of recent wage law proposals on tipped workers. 

Through experimental evolution and whole genome sequencing, Lehigh biologists demonstrate key, under-studied aspects of diploid adaptation.

A new application of data analysis and visualization techniques achieves better representation of multidimensional materials data.