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Materials product managers needed

Nanoscience Instruments is expanding their applications team and is looking for Ph.D. graduates that have experience with specific instrumentation, particularly Nanoindentation and Atomic Force Microscopy. These positions will require frequent interaction with customers. A friendly and communicative personality is a must. Customers are in diverse areas of science, industry, academia, and government research …

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Misiolek, Jedlicka take on new roles as chair and associate chair

As of July 1, 2016, Wojciech Z. Misiolek, Loewy Professor of Materials Forming & Processing and Director of the Loewy Institute, has been appointed chair of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He succeeds Helen Chan, New Jersey Zinc Professor and professor of Materials Science and Engineering. Sabrina Jedlicka, …

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Jain receives grant to evaluate treatment for sensitive teeth

Himanshu Jain, materials science professor and director of the International Materials Institute for New Functionality in Glass, together with George Huang, professor and director of bioscience research at the University of Tennessee, have received an NSF grant to evaluate recently developed technology for the regeneration of damaged dentin and pulp tissue in an …

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Producing quantum dots in a new way

In this video, Prof. Chris Kiely and colleagues explain quantum dots and how they came up with a novel biological way to make them through collaborative research and student involvement.  

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Materials Engineers in Metals and Ceramics

The Naval Air Systems Command located at Patuxent River MD is seeking Materials Engineers for its Metals and Ceramics branch. U.S. citizenship is required. The Materials Engineering Division provides full life-cycle, research, development, acquisition, and in-service engineering of aerospace materials for Naval aviation products. The Materials Engineering Division provides engineering products …

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Strandwitz awarded NSF grant for photovoltaics research

Nicholas C. Strandwitz, Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, has been awarded an NSF grant for research entitled Silicon Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Photovoltaics with Atomic Layer Deposited Interfacial Layers. The sun represents the most abundant potential source of sustainable energy on earth. Solar cells for producing electricity require materials that absorb the sun’s …

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ADVANCE-ing gender equity

In 2010, Lehigh was one of seven recipients of a National Science Foundation (NSF) ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Grant. The five-year, $2.6 million grant aimed to increase the ranks of women in academic science and engineering careers. Lehigh’s ADVANCE grant focused on harnessing the strengths of interdisciplinarity to enhance recruitment, retention …

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Packaging engineers at Apple

Apple’s Packaging department is hiring two materials specialists: One is entry level and the other is for a more senior person. Both positions would work with the Environmental team and have a focus on materials. The materials are fiber-based, adhesives, and polymers. Job Number: 49030536 Contact: Alice Kodama Environmental Engineer akodama@apple.com

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