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Ceramographic poster winners

Each year at MS&T, our students enter the Ceramographic Exhibit & Competition, a poster contest sponsored by The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) promoting the use of microscopy and microanalysis as tools in the scientific investigation of ceramic materials. Here’s the list of winners and their posters! Yan Wang won 2nd place …

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Contract TEM/SEM/FIB openings

Nanolab Technologies, Inc., headquartered in Milpitas, California, specializes in high technology analytical services. They have several Contractor Flex Schedule opportunities which can develop into full time positions. Website: http://www.nanolabtechnologies.com/careers

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The Arlan O. Benscoter Metallographic Preparation Laboratory

On October 2, 2015, the Department of Materials Science and Engineering named the Metallographic Laboratory in honor of Arlan O. Benscoter, the lead instructor for Mat. 10 – the  introductory lab class for materials. Arlan began his career in Bethlehem Steel as a technician, and eventually became a research scientist in our …

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Lehigh’s materials scientists mark a 125th anniversary

History and national security, career advice and gratitude, and discussion of revolution—in material and product design—were on the menu Oct. 1-2 when the department of materials science and engineering celebrates the 125th anniversary of its founding. The event began with a 5 p.m. reception in Iacocca Hall followed by dinner in …

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Mimicking nature

Prof. Lesley Chow presents a Biological Sciences Colloquium, “Mimicking Nature: A Perspective from a Materials Scientist,” today on the Mountaintop Campus, Iacocca Hall, Rm B023, at 4:10 pm. Calendar and location info

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Lehigh students win 1st prize in NIH-DEBUT competition

The team of five BioE students researched in the lab of Xuanhong Cheng with generous help from professors Susan Perry, Yevgeny Berdichevsky, Chao Zhou, and Steven McIntosh. There were 59 eligible entries received from 30 universities in 18 different states. The first place team will receive $20,000. The project, Viral Diagnostic …

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Alum receives PSU faculty appointment

Tracey Carbonetto ’94G has been appointed full-time instructor in engineering. She received a master of science degree in metallurgy and materials engineering from Lehigh University and a master of business administration from Holy Family University. She previously was an adjunct professor of mechanical engineering at Penn State Lehigh Valley and …

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