|4/24/2011 11:52:36 PM | Research | 0 comments|
Playing pool with atoms|
Lehigh acquires the world’s most sensitive spectrometer for identifying atoms on a material’s surface
|3/14/2011 3:05:52 PM | Research | 0 comments|
Lehigh researchers slow broadband light waves with nanoplasmonic structures|
A team of electrical engineers and chemists at Lehigh University have experimentally verified the "rainbow" trapping effect, demonstrating that plasmonic structures can slow down light waves over a broad range of wavelengths.
|1/16/2011 5:53:10 PM | Nanoparticles | 0 comments|
A greener path for the production of a vital chemical|
Nanoparticles of gold and palladium (Au-Pd) could lead to a more efficient and environmentally friendly way of producing benzyl benzoate, a chemical compound used widely in the food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries whose applications include a fixative for fragrances, a food additive and a solvent for chemical reactions.
|10/4/2010 11:57:51 AM | Materials | 0 comments|
A low-cost catalyst prepares to take on power-plant emissions|
A research group has developed catalysts that convert the harmful nitrogen oxides emitted from coal- and gas-fired power plants to nitrogen and water vapor.
|9/13/2010 10:34:51 AM | Education | 0 comments|
Workshop to assess nano's role in energy's future|
Workshop will explore how nanotechnology can help the drive to develop alternative sources of energy while improving the efficiency of existing methods of energy generation.
|11/10/2009 7:19:14 AM | Research | 0 comments|
Engineers image nanostructure of a solid acid catalyst and boost its catalytic activity|
The catalytic processes that facilitate the production of many chemicals and fuels could become much more environmentally friendly thanks to a breakthrough achieved by researchers from Lehigh and Rice Universities.
|8/5/2009 12:46:12 AM | Industry | 0 comments|
A code without restrictions for the fragile realm of quantum|
National Science Foundation three-year, single-investigator award to study quantum error-correction.
|7/12/2009 9:01:58 AM | Nanotubes | 0 comments|
Researchers enlist DNA to bring carbon nanotubes' promise closer to reality|
A team of researchers from DuPont and Lehigh University has reported a breakthrough in the quest to produce carbon nanotubes (CNTs) that are suitable for use in electronics, medicine and other applications.
|4/15/2009 12:04:51 AM | Research | 0 comments|
New radiation therapy promises relief for overheating laptops|
Researchers have developed a heat-dissipation method that cools carbon nanotube electronics by utilizing nonconventional radiation in a “near-field zone” just above the substrate, or surface, on which the nanotubes rest.
|3/15/2009 8:07:41 PM | Research | 0 comments|
New organic material may speed Internet access|
The nanophotonic device has demonstrated the best all-optical demultiplexing rate yet recorded for a silicon-organic-hybrid device.
|2/26/2009 5:58:38 PM | Research | 0 comments|
Gold nanoparticles lights the way to cleaner, safer production of hydrogen peroxide|
Researchers from Lehigh and the UK report a breakthrough in the decades-long effort to produce H2O2 directly from hydrogen and oxygen.
|9/5/2008 12:06:49 AM | Research | 0 comments|
Scientists peel away the mystery behind gold's catalytic prowess|
Bilayer clusters of atoms less than a nanometer in dimension are found to be responsible for a vital oxidation reaction
|7/2/2008 5:48:50 PM | Electronics | 0 comments|
Lehigh University researchers work at nanoscale to facilitate the integration of optical structures with electrical devices|
Using a grating with a grade, engineers trap a rainbow
|3/30/2007 7:19:00 AM | Research | 0 comments|
A new, nanoporous ceramic filter offers hope to kidney-dialysis patients|
The new ceramic filter has the potential to make kidney dialysis much more efficient and to reduce by 30 minutes to one hour the time required for a dialysis treatment
|9/28/2006 11:40:40 PM | Nanotubes | 0 comments|
The Carbon Nanotubes-DNA wrap: A hefty hybrid for carbon nanotubes|
Carbon Nanotubes offer great potential in nanoelectronics, medicine, sensing and lasers, and as strengthening elements in composite materials - however, obstacles must be overcome before CNTs live up to their expectations
|5/16/2006 1:42:10 PM | Grants | 0 comments|
Lehigh professor garners NSF grant to study macro-ionic 'blackberries'|
Work is expected to provide insight into catalytic, electronic, magnetic and biomedical materials.
|5/3/2006 5:06:02 PM | Industry | 0 comments|
Director of the Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology at Lehigh University Receives Prestigious International Research Award|
Germany's Humboldt Research Award to Extend Lehigh's Research Network in Nanotechnology
|1/27/2006 6:46:37 PM | Materials | 0 comments|
The sweet smell of nano-success|
Cleaner method of making spices, perfumes moves one step closer to reality
|11/17/2005 11:39:00 AM | Research | 0 comments|
Researchers approach quantum limit in third-order nonlinear light-light interaction|
Unprecedented nonlinear optical efficiency could make small organic molecules useful for optical computing, data processing and telecommunication
|10/25/2005 6:58:23 PM | Research | 0 comments|
Road to greener chemistry paved with nano-gold, researchers report|
'Nature' article says gold catalysts achieve cleaner, more efficient oxidation
|7/6/2005 1:18:06 AM | Nanotubes | 0 comments|
Applied Physics of Carbon Nanotubes: Fundamentals of Theory, Optics and Transport Devices|
New book highlighting the status of research on nanotubes
|9/3/2003 4:47:36 PM | Research | 0 comments|
Nanoscale Iron Could Help Cleanse the Environment|
The ultrafine particles will flow underground and destroy toxic compounds in place