Resolve Magazine: Volume 2, 2007

A Match Made for the Heavens

Welcome to the Fall 2007 issue of Resolve—a magazine dedicated to research and educational innovation in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science at Lehigh University.

In this issue of Resolve, we feature several activities in the Nanotechnology area. As NASA prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its founding, we explore the agency’s new strategic partnership with Lehigh. The story offers a glimpse at a crossdisciplinary team of Lehigh engineers who are helping NASA make advances in materials and devices at the nanoscale. The partnership is contributing to the James Webb Space Telescope project, which will succeed the Hubble as humanity’s “eye” into the cosmos and the universe’s past.

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Engineers offer hope to victims of lung disease

A philosophy of design, dynamically grounded

The Jin Mao has won nine awards for engineering and architectural design.

Riding a wave

An engineering solution propels aquarium enthusiasts

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Resolve® magazine is devoted to Lehigh engineering research and educational innovation, highlighting exciting partnerships, projects and academic programs at our University.

Resolve® is published semiannually by the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science and the Office of University Communications and Public Affairs at Lehigh University.

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